Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi said that on the other hand, Zelensky, who has been roaming around for help in different countries, recently also came through Britain. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak welcomed Ukrainian President Zelensky and reaffirmed his support for the war-torn European nation.
This week in newsinfrance.com News Network’s special program Shaurya Path, we wanted to know from Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi, what is your reaction to the latest situation of Russia-Ukraine war? In response, he said that I have been saying from the beginning that this war is no longer in the hands of the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. Now Zelensky is also reaching Hiroshima during the G-7 meeting where he will also meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Last month, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine also visited India. This will be Modi’s first meeting with Zelensky since the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, though the two leaders have spoken on the phone on several occasions. He said that apart from this, by destroying America’s Patriot missile defense system, Russia has shown that it has every weapon of America. Till now it was believed that the Patriot system was impregnable. The US has now acknowledged that the Patriot system was damaged in the Russian attack. After this incident, America and its allied NATO countries are also worried because no one had any idea of this immense power of Russia.
Brigadier (Retd) Shri DS Tripathi said that on the other hand, Zelensky, who has been roaming around for help in different countries, recently also came through Britain. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak welcomed Ukrainian President Zelensky and reaffirmed his support for the war-torn European nation. Britain is the fourth European country Zelensky has visited in the last few days. After visiting Germany and Italy, he made an unannounced trip to Paris to meet French President Emmanuel Macron. During his visit to Germany and Italy, he met senior leaders of the country and Pope Francis. He said that according to Downing Street, Zelensky briefed Sunak about his meetings with European leaders. The visit took place before the ‘Council of Europe Summit’ in Iceland. Sunak said this is a crucial moment in Ukraine’s retaliation to a horrific war … (a war) that he did not instigate, he added. They need the continued support of the international community to avoid the indiscriminate attacks that have been the reality of their everyday lives for more than a year now. Sunak said that we should not disappoint them. He told that apart from this, Sunak said that the boundaries of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war may be limited to Ukraine, but its consequences will be seen all over the world. It is in our best interest to ensure that Ukraine succeeds and that Putin’s tyranny fails.