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Zelenskyy slams Israel for lack of support, in speech to Knesset

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy criticized Israel for not imposing sanctions on Russia and not promoting weapons to Ukraine.

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Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy resolved the Knesset this night in a video conference from Ukraine. Knesset Speaker Mickey Levy launched Zeneskyy by indicating that the Russian assault on Ukraine was a blatant violation of global preparations and that a ceasefire should really be declared as speedily as achievable.

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Zelenskyy reported that just as the Germans prepared a “ultimate option” for the Jews, now the Russians are arranging “a final answer” for Ukrainians. “They speak about this brazenly in Moscow,” he stated.

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Zelenskyy was significant of the Israeli govt. “Can you clarify to me why we are calling on the overall earth to help us and we are requesting support and we have questioned you for guidance and even entry visas? But what is this difference? These calculations? Or mediation without having selecting sides? I leave you to choose your solutions but I want to point out that indifference kills. Calculations can be mistaken. You can mediate involving states but not in between very good and evil.

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Zelenskyy included, “Your Iron Dome is the greatest process. We know that you can aid your personal passions and also aid Ukraine secure Ukrainian Jews. A lot of could check with why we can’t get weapons from you and why Israel has not imposed important sanctions on Russia. Why are not you putting tension on companies in Russia. You have to are living with these responses. The Ukrainians have created their alternative. 80 several years ago we saved Jews and we have some of the world’s righteous between us. Now Israel can also select. Thank you for almost everything.”

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy  Photo: Reuters

Volodymyr Zelenskyy Photo: Reuters