Zelensky: Ukraine risks losing support from some ‘major powers’ if battlefield moves to Russian territory

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that his country could lose the support of some “major powers” if the battlefield in the ongoing conflict with Russia shifts to Russian territory.

Zelensky expressed his concerns during a meeting with the ambassadors of the G7 countries, saying that Ukraine could be left without the support of some of the world’s most influential nations if the conflict moves to Russian soil.

The Ukrainian president also noted that the conflict has already caused significant damage to Ukraine’s economy and infrastructure, and that the situation could worsen if the fighting moves to Russian territory.

He urged the G7 ambassadors to continue to support Ukraine in its efforts to maintain its sovereignty and territorial integrity, and to help the country rebuild its economy and infrastructure.

Zelensky’s comments come as tensions between Ukraine and Russia remain high, with both sides accusing each other of violating the ceasefire agreement that was signed in July 2020. The conflict has already caused thousands of casualties and displaced millions of people.

The Ukrainian president’s warning highlights the importance of the international community’s continued support for Ukraine in its efforts to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity. Without such support, Ukraine risks losing the backing of some of the world’s most powerful nations if the conflict moves to Russian soil.

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