Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelesnkyy stated that all the countries have to prepare for a nuclear war with Russia.
In a preview for an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Zelenskyy stated that people shouldn’t be afraid of nuclear war; they just have to be prepared.
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This Thursday, CIA Director Bill Burns stated that the CIA observes the possibility of Russia using nukes very intently but also pointed out that the US hasn’t seen any signs that Russia is preparing to take this step.
“The director of the CIA warned that he’s worried Putin might use a tactical nuclear weapon in this fight. Are you worried?” Tapper asked.
“Not only me, I think all over the world, all the countries have to be worried,” Zelensky responded. “Because, you know that it kind of be not real information, but it can be the truth because when they began to speak about one or other battles or involves enemies, or nuclear weapon, or some chemical, you know, issues, chemical weapons, they should do.”
“They could– I mean, they can. For them, life of the people is nothing,” he added. “That’s why we should think, not be afraid. I mean, that not be afraid, be ready. But that is not the question for Ukraine, and not only for Ukraine, but all over the world, I think so.”
Zelenskyy stated that the West was afraid of Moscow this March, and he tried to get fighter jets.
“I’ve talked to the defenders of Mariupol today. I’m in constant contact with them. Their determination, heroism, and firmness are astonishing,” Zelenskyy said in a video early Sunday. “If only those who have been thinking for 31 days on how to hand over dozens of jets and tanks had 1% of their courage.”
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“So, who is in charge of the Euro-Atlantic community? Is it still Moscow, thanks to its scare tactics?” Zelenskyy continued. “Our partners must step up their aid to Ukraine.”
“This should be known as soon as possible by as many people on earth as possible so that everyone understands who and why was simply afraid to prevent this tragedy. Afraid to simply make a decision,” Zelenskyy said.