Zelensky Rebukes West As Russia Intensifies Attack On Eastern Ukraine

Zelensky blames the west as Russia intensifies its attack on eastern Ukraine

The fierce battle in eastern Ukraine intensified on Wednesday as President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a fierce rebuke in the West for not doing enough to help Kieu win the war.

Lugansk Governor Sergiy Guyday said fighting outside the industrial city of Severodonetsk, Russia’s main military goal, was “extremely difficult” and Russian troops were bombarding the city from the suburbs with mortars. Said.

“Next week will be decisive,” Guyday said in a video posted on Telegram, saying he believes Russia’s goal is to “occupy the Lugansk region at any cost.” Added.

“There is a huge amount of artillery,” he added.

Earlier that day, Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dmitro Kleber addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, comparing the Battle of Donbas to the epic battle of World War II, and his country was Russia’s firepower. He said he needed “terrible” multiple launch rocket systems comparable to.