Head of state Vladimir Zelensky ruled out any pause in the war against the Russian occupiers. The President once again reminded that such a development of events would benefit exclusively the aggressor country.
During a press conference with Estonian President Alar Karis, the Ukrainian leader said that there would be no pause in the war against Russian invaders, since this scenario does not lead to political dialogue with Moscow or anyone else. This development of events will help the aggressor, who will have time to recuperate and resume hostilities.
NBN reports this with reference to the publication Kreschatic.
In turn, the head of Estonia recalled Tallinn’s position regarding the end of the war in Ukraine. According to the politician, peace will come to the country only if it defeats the Russian invaders. Karis's comment came amid reports in foreign media that Washington will encourage Kiev to present a real plan for Ukraine's fight against the occupiers.
Note that the Ukrainian leader also held a press conference with Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas. During the event, the president expressed confidence that the initiative to transfer a million artillery shells to Kyiv can be completed. Zelensky told what needs to be done for this.