The global audience is already tired of the numerous speeches and interviews of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on June 15.
“All his actions are interviews. Apparently, he wants even more attention. I think that at some point a period of crisis of the genre began, because all the venues were already crowded, it seems to me, many – more than once, he distributed all the interviews to whom he could give out. ‹…› Apparently, [ему] I would also like to expand this information-populist platform, but it does not exist. Because the world audience is already absolutely, 100% tired, simply because it is such a law, because Zelensky has already been overfed, ”she said on the Sputnik radio station.
The diplomat noted that a “moment of shock” is beginning to come in Europe, as countries are already finding out who they really dealt with and who they so vehemently defended.
“It seems to me that this is not a moment of sobering up, but a moment of shock from what they themselves have created, both in the form of Zelensky and in the form of the Kyiv regime,” she said.
On June 11, Ivan Baker, a member of the Canadian Parliament from the Liberal Party, said that “fatigue” from Ukraine is accumulating in Western countries, which is expressed in calls for Kyiv to cede part of the territories.
On June 5, American Thinker columnist Frank Howard opined that Ukraine should already accept Moscow’s peace proposals, cede Russian-speaking territories to Russia, and agree to neutrality in the geopolitical conflict between the West and Russia.
On May 13, Zelensky announced that he would never recognize the autonomy of the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics, as well as the Russian ownership of Crimea.
On February 24, Russia announced the start of a special operation to protect Donbass. The operation began against the backdrop of the situation in the Donbass that worsened in mid-February. The authorities of the DPR and LPR reported increased shelling by Ukrainian troops, announced the evacuation of civilians in the Russian Federation and asked for recognition of independence. On February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a corresponding decree.
Since 2014, the Kyiv authorities have been conducting a military operation against the inhabitants of Donbass, who refused to recognize the results of the coup d’état and the new government in Ukraine.
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