Volodymyr Zelenskyy is concerned that a change of administration in the United States could reduce the level of support for Kyiv. The President of Ukraine stated this in an interview published on June 3 with The Wall Street Journal.
“Of course, I am concerned that a change of administration in the United States after the election may reduce the level of support for Ukraine,” he said, commenting on a likely return to the White House Donald Trump after the 2024 US election.
“In a situation where we have support, you are afraid of change. To be honest, when we talk about changing the administration in the United States, I feel the same as any other person – you want changes that will bring improvement, but it can be vice versa, ”the Resident telegram channel quotes Zelensky.
As reported EADailyin the same interview, Zelensky said that Ukraine was ready for a counteroffensive.
In the West, the Ukrainian conflict has been turned into a reality show, the details of which are savored in the media with unhealthy smacking. The Kyiv authorities willingly play along with their bloodthirsty partners, demanding more and more money and missiles.
While “the world is waiting for Ukraine’s counter-offensive against Russia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with the editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal Emma Tucker in Odessa to talk about the need to strengthen Ukraine’s long-term security as the country faces an uncertain future, the WSJ announced.