Putin won't end war until we all “end him” together — Zelenskyy
Russian leader Vladimir Putin won't end war until Ukraine and its allies “end him”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said this during a press conference following talks with Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda.
"We need to pay attention to the rhetoric of the President of the Russian Federation, he is not going to stop, he wants to completely occupy us," Zelenskyy said.
He added that the partners' uncertainty about the results of the military assistance they provide to Ukraine adds to Russia's courage.
At the same time, Zelenskyy noted that if Russia wins in Ukraine, its next targets could be the Baltic states and Moldova.
"He will not finish it until we all finish it together," the Ukrainian president summarized.
- On January 7, former head of the US Central Intelligence Agency David Petraeus said that if Ukraine is defeated, Putin will turn to Moldova and the Baltic states.