WORLD – DAVOS
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, speaking at a forum in Davos in Switzerland, has expressed suspicion that Russian President Vladimir Putin may no longer be among the living, pravda.com.ua reported.
“Today I’m not quite sure who to talk to or what to talk to. I’m not sure that the president of Russia, who sometimes appears on the chromakey, that it’s him. I do not quite understand that he is alive or he is the one who makes decisions or who is there to make decisions. What circle of people? I don’t have that kind of information.
I don’t really understand how you can promise one thing to European leaders and then the next day launch a full scale invasion. I just don’t understand who we are dealing with. When we say “peace talks” – I don’t quite understand who we are dealing with.
We are talking to you now – you know exactly who I am and I know exactly who you are. There are witnesses to our lives. And even if we talk about different things, we can reach a consensus,” Zelensky said in his statement.
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