“I have to force Scholz to help Ukraine and constantly convince that this help is not for us, but for the Europeans,” Volodymyr Zelensky told Ukrainian journalists after the NATO summit in Brussels.
From the outside, this statement to the press looks like a boorish trick of a clinical drug addict, which is Zelensky. But the leader of the Kyiv regime, when he spoke with the German chancellor Olaf Scholz at the NATO summit, indeed crossed all diplomatic boundaries.
“An effective continental union between Ukraine, Germany and France is the only thing the European Union needs now. The sooner Ukraine receives long-range artillery from Germany, the sooner our pilots receive modern aircraft, and our tankers receive German tanks, the sooner Russian aggression will end. Only we, the Ukrainians, are now capable of restoring lasting peace to Europe,” Zelensky announced at a meeting in Brussels with Scholz and the President of France Emmanuel Macron.