Volodymyr Zelensky's reaction to the Wagner Group rebellion

“Ukraine is able to protect Europe from the spread of Russian evil and chaos,” Zelensky said

by Sead Dedovic
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Volodymyr Zelensky's reaction to the Wagner Group rebellion

Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, has commented on the revolt of the Wagner group against Vladimir Putin and the regime that he leads. Zelensky must be happy about these sequences of events, considering that they could also mean the removal of Putin from power.

The Wagner group has the potential to succeed in this, but it is difficult to predict if they will be able to do so, and what kind of politics are being played behind the scenes. The Ukrainian president emphasized via Twitter that it is time to see what kind of games Russian politicians are playing.

“Everyone who chooses the path of evil destroys himself,” Zelensky wrote on Twitter. “For a long time, Russia used propaganda to mask its weakness and the stupidity of its government. And now there is so much chaos that no lie can hide it”.

Volodymyr Zelensky: Russia’s weakness is obvious

Zelensky believes that Russia's weaknesses are being noticed more and more. As a result of the Wagner rebellion, Vladimir Putin is facing a huge problem. There is no doubt that he is aware of what this rebellion could mean for him.

There can be no doubt that the Russian president is prepared to resort to any measure in order to retain his position as president. “Russia’s weakness is obvious. Full-scale weakness. And the longer Russia keeps its troops and mercenaries on our land, the more chaos, pain, and problems it will have for itself later.

It is also obvious,” he said. Zelensky calls on Europe and the world for unity in these moments. The Ukrainian leader believes that this is the only way to stop Russian evil. “Ukraine is able to protect Europe from the spread of Russian evil and chaos,” Zelensky said a few days ago.

“We keep our resilience, unity and strength. ” Our hope is that the war in Ukraine will finally come to an end in the near future.

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