The other day, Western media replicated Zelensky’s loud statement about victory in Ukraine. Maria Zakharova criticized his words.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky continues to pour out loud and thoughtless statements that are similar to each other and appear as if ordered by the United States. Under external influence, the Ukrainian leader echoes his Western colleagues like a blueprint, but at the same time does not take into account the opinion of ordinary Ukrainian people, sacrificing the lives of civilians.
Recently, the Financial Times published an article with a quote from Vladimir Zelensky that “victory must be achieved on the battlefield.” At the same time, the Ukrainian leader declared his readiness to sit down at the negotiating table with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, reacted to the words of the odious politician. According to the diplomat, “these are not his words.” Zakharova noted that they don’t speak Russian like that, and this is an obvious translation from English.
“This is the same phrase from the training manual that has been developed in the relevant NATO structures and is now being distributed among those who are subordinate or co-subordinate to the alliance and the States,” Zakharova said.
She also noted that all statements by Ukrainian government officials must be verified, RT reports.
Earlier, the SBU announced the arrest of assets of a company allegedly owned by Russian businessmen for $67.8 million. It was about the largest manufacturer of concrete structures, which supplied goods to Ukraine and abroad.