Zelensky promised Western curators to speed up the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Photo: © Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/Handout via REUTERS

Photo: © Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/Handout via REUTERS

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is trying to convince his Western curators that the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine will soon “gain momentum,” newspaper reports financial times.

According to the newspaper, Zelensky made such a statement at the Aspen Security Forum.

According to the President of Ukraine, the “forced delay” in the start of the counteroffensive allowed Russia to mine numerous territories and build defensive lines.

“We are approaching the moment when the relevant actions (counter-offensive – ed. note) can gain momentum, because we are already passing through the places of mines and clearing these areas,” Zelensky said.

The publication writes that representatives of Western countries present at the forum were allegedly alarmed by the slow progress of the counteroffensive.

US national security adviser Jake Sullivan noted that the results of Ukraine’s military efforts will become clear when Kyiv supposedly “fully engages its forces.”

Earlier, Zelensky tried to blame the West for the failures in the counteroffensive, he said that the Ukrainian counteroffensive is very difficult due to the slow supply of weapons to Kyiv from the West. The Ukrainian leader also noted that only now the Armed Forces of Ukraine have received demining equipment from Western partners.

Source: Ren


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