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Zelenski Seeks Increased NATO Support For Ukraine

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has appealed to NATO leaders to increase military support for his country against Russian forces, warning them that their next target will be Alliance members in Eastern Europe, including Poland.

“Russia wants to go further, against the eastern members of NATO and the Baltic states. Definitely against Poland”, said Zelenski in a recorded video addressed to the NATO summit and announced in advance by the Ukrainian presidency, reported Reuters.

He added that during the G7, NATO and EU summits in Brussels, it will be revealed who has betrayed Ukraine for money, and who is a friend and partner.

Photo: Associated Press

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