Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday lamented the lack of “unity” Western countries have shown in the face of the war in Ukraine three months after the start of the Russian invasion.
“My question is: Is there practical unity (between Western countries)? I can’t see it,” he said in a video conference during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, before stating that the country “needs a country’s support”. united Europe”.
“Is there unity about Sweden and Finland joining NATO? No. So the West united? No,” said the Ukrainian president.
“When we are all truly united, we will have an advantage over Russia,” he said.
The Ukrainian president once again thanked US President Joe Biden for financial and military assistance, but insisted that clearer support from Europe was needed.
“We are on the European continent and we need the support of a united Europe,” he insisted, before criticizing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s hesitant stance on the European embargo on Russian oil.
“Something is not going well in Hungary,” he said.