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Ukraine: Zelensky denounces the unkept “promises” of Westerners

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On Tuesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denounced the West’s broken “promises” to protect Ukraine from Russian bombardments, on the sidelines of Russia’s invasion of the country. The president calls in particular for the establishment of a no-fly zone over Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday denounced the broken “promises” of the West to protect Ukraine from Russian bombardments, on the sidelines of the invasion of the country by Russia. “We have been hearing promises for thirteen days. Thirteen days we have been told that they will help us in the sky, that there will be planes, that they will deliver them to us,” he said. in a video posted on Telegram. “But the responsibility for this also rests with those who have not been able to make a decision in the West for 13 days (…). On those who have not secured the Ukrainian skies from Russian assassins”, a- he added.

Zelensky calls for a no-fly zone in Ukraine

“Humanity, which must prevail in the capitals of the world, must prevail over fear,” he pleaded. Volodymyr Zelensky is clamoring for the establishment of a no-fly zone over Ukraine, but this option has been categorically ruled out by both the United States and NATO.

On Saturday, Kremlin master Vladimir Putin warned that he would consider such an area “as participation in the armed conflict”. On the ground, Russian forces continue to deploy around cities, or bombard them, on the thirteenth day of the Russian invasion – described as a “special military operation” by Moscow. At least 21 people died Monday in Russian airstrikes against Sumy, near the Russian-Ukrainian border, Ukrainian authorities announced on Tuesday.

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