Friday marks the one-year-anniversary of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. On the same day Zelenksy fielded questions about the anniversary and the prospects of peace in the future.
One person asked, “There are polls in the United States that suggest that a growing number of Americans believe that the U.S. is giving too much support to Ukraine. What would you message be, on the anniversary, to those Americans?”
While Zelenksy thanked the American citizens and government officials who have supported their cause, he went on to finish: “If they don’t change their opinion, if they don’t support Ukraine, they will lose NATO and they will lose their leadership position in the world.”
On Friday new broke that Chinese Presisdent Xi and Ukrainian President Zelenksy were going to meet in person sometime soon. This came after China called for a peace deal between Russia and Ukraine amidst rising tensions and military buildup near the Ukrainian border.
Zelensky is asked about opinion polls showing Americans think they're giving too much to Ukraine: “If they don’t change their opinion, if they don’t support Ukraine, they will lose NATO and they will lose their leadership position in the world.” pic.twitter.com/bNbB3kAbNx
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