Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has declared he will not engage with Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia.
Zelenskyy responded, “I don’t accept it,” when asked by a reporter if he would participate in negotiations mediated by Turkish President Recep Erdogan if Russian President Vladimir Putin came to the table on Friday, February 24, the anniversary of the Russian invasion.
Erdogan is aware of my viewpoint, Zelensky stated. “We talked about this before the conflict. I instructed him to bring Putin to the negotiating table. “May we do that, please? We need to stop a major conflict. However [Erdogan] was unable to accomplish it. Even though he is strong, he is unable to complete the task. And now he believes he is?
President Volodymyr Zelensky responded that the Russian invasion has caused the globe and NATO countries to reevaluate their security systems when asked if NATO members should increase their defense spending in light of the conflict in Ukraine.
He told reporters on Friday that “many nations throughout the world (have) started raising their defense budgets.” “The NATO reset button has been pushed by the war in Ukraine.”
Zelensky stated that when considering defense spending, it’s not just about ammo and weapons and mentioned drones, IT, information exchange, and defense against cyberattacks.
There is a lot of cutting-edge technology, but it is not always efficient. Indeed, some people may be spending more money. But generally speaking, this is also a security system change. This is correct, in my opinion. At a press conference to commemorate a year after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, he remarked, “Because everyone has seen what you can anticipate from the Russian Federation.