Facts point to Russia-NATO confrontation in Ukraine: Zakharova
The Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson points fingers at Zelensky for doing what the West orders him to do, namely "to continue fighting until the bitter end and until the last Ukrainian."
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova relayed at a briefing on Thursday that evidence keeps racking up, indicating the presence of a confrontation between Russia and NATO in Ukraine alongside the growing amount of alliance experts involved in the war but on Ukraine's side.
She stated, "The Ukrainian army has long been completely dependent on Western arms supplies, on their intelligence, instructors and mercenaries. It is simply a tool," adding, "More and more facts are surfacing that indicate that there is a confrontation between Russia and NATO in Ukraine. More and more military experts from alliance countries are fighting in a dozen private military companies and the Ukrainian armed forces."
Zakharova further pointed fingers at Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for doing what the West orders him to do, namely "to continue fighting until the bitter end and until the last Ukrainian."
She noted that "he is ready to sacrifice the lives and fates of his citizens, as long as the financial and military aid, without which the Kiev authorities would not last a day, continues."
According to the Spokesperson, the occurring events are "a cover for the White House’s financial fraud."
"In order to drag NATO further into the conflict, so that even more money and opportunities are allocated and presented, the Zelensky regime is deliberately going for dangerous provocations, for extremism, introducing more and more elements of terrorist activity into its actions," she expressed.