Zelenskyy Urges the West to Increase Support Levels Amid War with Russia


The war in Ukraine has been carrying on for longer than one month now.

Russian troops, for starters, have severely fallen short of expectations; meanwhile, the people of Ukraine continue holding their ground and fighting back against Putin’s soldiers.

Much of this can be attributed to western nations supplying various weaponry to Ukraine. However, the country is far from out of the woods.

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Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called for a no-fly zone over his nation; however, NATO and western countries are holding off on this, due to the potential of such a move being perceived by Russia as a declaration of war.

Over the weekend, the president of Ukraine called for the West to show greater levels of “courage” in helping his nation ward off attack from Russia.

Reviewing Zelenskyy’s call to the West

On Sunday, the Ukraine president stated the courage of people in Mariupol is undeniable; this assessment comes as folks in Mariupol work to defend themselves against Russia’s invasion. Zelenskyy also confirmed that he remains in ongoing contact with these fighters.