President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine initially responded with a single word when asked on Sunday if he believed stability in Europe was feasible with Russian President Vladimir Putin in office: On “Face the Nation” on CBS, Zelenskyy responded, “No.
“I’m at a loss for words. Upon being questioned further by anchor Margaret Brennan, he responded, “My opinion is no. This is something that we’ve noticed throughout time. Stability is absent.
Zelenskyy, who is in charge of the current counteroffensive against Russia, claimed that it has posed threats, including nuclear ones. These threats, he claimed, are getting worse.
“Look, perhaps yesterday was a bluff. Regarding his Russian counterpart’s nuclear threats, Zelenskyy remarked that they may now become reality.
Zelenskyy said “thousands” of children had been taken from their homes by Russia in Ukraine, describing this as “horrendous components of genocide,” however he did not provide a precise figure.
Other brutalities may still be “ahead of us,” Zelenskyy added, because Russia still holds some of Ukraine.
The president of Ukraine almost pleaded with the world to continue supporting his nation, which Russia invaded in February, in his address to the UN General Assembly last week.