Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is increasingly revealing his true nature, which is why Western countries are beginning to tire of him, writes Steve Cortez for Newsweek.
“For months, the Ukrainian president has enjoyed relentless flattery from the American press and celebrities. But now the reality of his rule in Ukraine is becoming undeniable even to his most ardent supporters in the West”.
The journalist notes that in addition to horrendous corruption, there are other claims against Zelensky in the West, for example, the ban on all opposition media and parties in Ukraine, as well as the dismissal of Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova and the head of the Security Service Ivan Bakanov.
In addition, according to Cortes, Americans are annoyed by the “grand” photo shoots of the Ukrainian leader. The author believes that already for all of the above, Zelensky should have lost support.
The observer comes to the conclusion that Ukraine does not affect the vital national interests of the United States, and Washington’s intervention only harmed all parties to the conflict.
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