The President of Ukraine to his Western counterparts: Stop spreading panic!...

The President of Ukraine to his Western counterparts: Stop spreading panic!...
The President of Ukraine to his Western counterparts: Stop spreading panic!...

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has urged his Western colleagues and the media to stop creating tensions over allegations of a “Russian invasion” of his country.

In an interview with representatives of foreign media on Friday, Zelensky confirmed that he made it clear in his last two calls with his American counterparts Joe Biden and French Emmanuel Macron that the “threat from the Kremlin” is still “imminent and persistent,” stressing at the same time that Ukraine “has learned how to coexist.” “In such conditions since 2014.

The Ukrainian president said: “Today we do not see a greater escalation than in the past. Yes, the number of troops [الروسية عند حدود أوكرانيا] It actually rose, but I already mentioned that in early 2021, when I talked about Russian military exercises… I don’t think the situation today is more severe than it was back then, at the height of those exercises.”

Zelensky pointed out that media reports and statements of foreign officials about the developments of the situation around Ukraine give the impression that there is “war, troop movements on the roads, general mobilization and movement of people,” stressing that this is not the case.

He said, according to what was quoted by the BBC, “We do not need this panic, but rather the stability of our country’s economy, because all these indications that” war is coming tomorrow” are now issued even by respected leaders who say directly away from language Diplomacy The war is coming tomorrow, it means panic, especially in the markets and the financial sector.”

Zelensky said that this panic has cost Ukraine so far foreign investments worth 12.5 hryvnia (about 440 million dollars), pointing out that Kiev is forced today to stabilize the price of its national currency at the expense of state reserves.

Zelensky indicated that such media campaigns were not implemented during the aforementioned Russian exercises in early 2021, adding: “Therefore I think – and this is what we discussed with President (Biden) that this media policy must be well thought out.”

In response to a question about media reports about a dispute that erupted between Zelensky and Biden during their last call due to their different assessments of the seriousness of the situation, the Ukrainian president denied any misunderstanding between him and his American counterpart.

At the same time, he continued, “I am the president of Ukraine, and I am here, and I know the details of what is going on better than any other president.”

Zelensky criticized the decision of the United States and Britain to evacuate their non-essential diplomatic staff from Ukraine, considering it wrong, and expressed his conviction that all foreign diplomats should remain inside the country in the current circumstances.

The Ukrainian president compared the US and British diplomats in Kiev to a “captain who should be the last to leave the sinking ship”, adding: “I don’t think we have the Titanic, and Ukraine is moving forward.”

These statements came a few hours after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that the United States does not care about the fate of Ukraine, but is exploiting it in order to “close the Russia file” and focus on confronting China.

Source: “CNN” + “BBC”

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