In Britain, missile strikes were explained to Ukraine as a “response” to Zelensky’s trip

A new series of Russian missile strikes on the territory of Ukraine, committed on the night of February 12, occurred after the trip of the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to Europe and may be a response to his requests for arms supplies. This is stated in the article of the British edition of the Daily Mail.

“This may have been a response to President Volodymyr Zelensky’s two-day visit to Europe this week, when he asked for more military support, especially fighter jets.”the statement says.

Journalists also noted that Zelensky was met with applause in Brussels, but did not make any specific promises. The publication also noted that the missile strikes caused major damage to Ukrainian infrastructure.

It should be noted that the Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Igor Zhovkva On February 9, he reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine had almost no ammunition left.

Read earlier in this story: Medvedchuk said that Kyiv did not want to return Donbass


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