Zelensky Thanks Greece for Support at Delphi Forum


In a compelling plea for international support, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the 9th Delphi Economic Forum today, highlighting the urgent need to confront Russia's aggression and thanking Greek leaders for their solidarity.

Expressing gratitude to Greece for its support, Zelensky singled out President Katerina Sakellaropoulou and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for their recent visit to Ukraine, where they witnessed firsthand the horrors inflicted by Russian aggression. Their visit, he emphasised, shed light on the resilience of the Ukrainian people in the face of adversity.

Zelensky's address underscored the gravity of the situation, emphasising the global implications of Russia's actions in Ukraine. He called on the international community to stand against Putin's aggression, stressing the need for unity and concrete military assistance to counter Russian advances.

"Putin must lose the terror bet he is trying to spread in Ukraine," declared Zelensky, as he outlined the devastating impact of the war on his country. He urged Ukraine's partners to provide essential weaponry, including air defence systems, to bolster Ukrainian forces and reclaim occupied territories.

Zelensky emphasised that time is of the essence in the conflict, with each moment lost resulting in more lives being endangered. He urged decisive action from Ukraine's allies, stressing that the political will to support Ukraine's defense efforts is crucial.

Highlighting the need for unwavering unity among partners, Zelensky warned against any attempts to circumvent sanctions or engage in economic projects with Russia, which could undermine efforts to confront Russian aggression. He emphasised that the consequences of losing the war extend beyond territorial losses, impacting the lives of millions of people and jeopardising the stability of the entire region.

(Source: To Vima)

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