Zelenskyy Taunts the West for Being ‘Afraid’ of Moscow in Latest Attempt to Get Fighter Jets

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy taunted the West and NATO on Saturday evening in his latest attempt to get fighter jets.

The US has already pledged over $13 billion in aid for Ukraine and is helping them acquire longer range anti-aircraft systems.

For scale, the entire border wall proposed by then-President Donald Trump was estimated to cost $11 billion to complete, which liberal media raged was too much.

Speaking after Biden’s speech in Poland, Zelenskyy “lashed out,” according to the Associated Press, about the West’s “ping-pong about who and how should hand over jets.”

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“I’ve talked to the defenders of Mariupol today. I’m in constant contact with them. Their determination, heroism and firmness are astonishing,” Zelenskyy said in a video early Sunday. “If only those who have been thinking for 31 days on how to hand over dozens of jets and tanks had 1% of their courage.”

“So, who is in charge of the Euro-Atlantic community? Is it still Moscow, thanks to its scare tactics?” Zelenskyy continued. “Our partners must step up their aid to Ukraine.”

Apparently, it is extreme cowardice not to run into WWIII for a foreign nation.

“This should be known as soon as possible by as many people on earth as possible so that everyone understands who and why was simply afraid to prevent this tragedy. Afraid to simply make a decision,” Zelenskyy said.

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