“I Am In Shock”: Zelensky On Israel’s Failure To Give Ukraine Weapons

Zelensky has been asking for the weapons since shortly after the struggle began in February.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stated he was “in shock” at Israel’s failure to offer Kyiv anti-missile programs to assist counter Russian assaults, in accordance with an interview made public on Saturday.

Zelensky has been asking for the weapons since shortly after the struggle began in February. He has talked about Israel’s Iron Dome system, typically used to intercept rockets fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza.

“I do not know what occurred to Israel. I am truthfully, frankly – I’m in shock, as a result of I do not perceive why they could not give us air defences,” he stated.

Zelensky made the remarks in an interview with French reporters on Wednesday. His workplace launched a recording of the interview on Saturday.

Zelensky’s feedback have been stronger than these he made in March, when he chided Israel for its reluctance to ship weapons. On the time, Israel was non-committal, saying it will assist Ukraine as a lot because it may.

Israel, which has condemned the Russian invasion, is cautious of straining ties with Moscow, a powerbroker in neighbouring Syria the place Israeli forces ceaselessly assault pro-Iranian militia.

“I perceive – they’ve a troublesome state of affairs, concerning the state of affairs with Syria and Russia,” Zelensky stated, including that he was not making accusations.

“I’m stating the information. My conversations with the Israeli management have completed nothing to assist Ukraine.”
 

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