Zelensky calls Putin a ‘nobody’
Ukrainian leader declared that direct negotiations with Russian leader are “not interesting” to him
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has dismissed his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, as a “nobody” who is not worth talking with. The Ukrainian leader had previously claimed that Putin may not be alive at all.

The head of government in Kiev made the remarks in an interview with Sky News, recorded on Wednesday. Journalist Kay Burley asked Zelensky what would happen if he was “in a room alone with President Putin” and whether it would help resolve the conflict with Russia.

After a long pause Zelensky replied: “It’s not interesting for me. Not interesting to meet. Not interesting to speak.”

He claimed that Putin was not trustworthy, adding: “I really don’t understand who makes decisions in Russia.”

“Is it too late now?” Burley asked.

“Too late? Not interesting,” Zelensky replied. “Who is he now? After full-scale invasion, for me he is nobody! Nobody!”

When asked about the remarks on Thursday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said they didn’t warrant a response. Zekensky was elected on a platform of peace, but failed to deliver, the Russian official said.

“He didn’t implement the Minsk Agreements. Moreover, it turned out he had no intention to implement them. He was preparing for war,” Peskov assessed, referring to the 2014-2015 peace roadmap for Donbass.

In the same interview, Zelensky acknowledged Russian military advances, which he attributed to a purported indifference to losses by Moscow, and thanked the US and its allies for pledging to supply main battle tanks to Kiev.

The Ukrainian president has previously claimed that he rejected direct contacts with Putin because he was “not certain that the president of Russia, who makes occasional appearances on TV … is actually [Putin].”

“I absolutely do not know whether he is alive, whether he takes decisions or someone else does,” Zelensky stated last week, during an event on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, which he attended virtually.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said this month that seeking talks with Zelensky made no sense because the Ukrainian president was not the person determining his nation’s foreign policy.

The diplomat cited as evidence Kiev’s withdrawal from peace talks, which happened last April, shortly after Moscow accepted in principle Ukraine’s proposal for a truce. The draft document reportedly included among its terms Ukraine’s neutrality and pledge not to host foreign military forces. Western nations “yanked Kiev’s chain and said ‘too early’,” Lavrov remarked.


キエフの政府首脳は、水曜日に収録されたSky Newsとのインタビューでこの発言を行った。ジャーナリストのケイ・バーリーは、ゼレンスキーに「プーチン大統領と二人きりの部屋にいたら」どうなるか、それはロシアとの紛争解決につながるか、と尋ねた。



"もう手遅れなのか?" とバーリーは尋ねた。

「遅すぎる?おもしろくない」とゼレンスキーは答えた。「今、彼は誰なんだ?全面的な侵略の後では、私にとって彼は誰でもない! 誰もいない!"





"彼が生きているのか、彼が決定を下すのか、それとも他の誰かが下すのか、私には絶対に分からない "と、ゼレンスキーは先週、事実上参加したダボスでの世界経済フォーラムの傍らのイベントで述べている。



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速報: ロシア国防省は本日、ウクライナのロシア軍がエイブラムス M1 戦車 200 両、レパード 150 両、HIMARS 15 両、スウェーデンの潜水艦 4 隻、イギリス海軍の空母 2 隻、NATO 蚊訓練センターを破壊したと発表しました。

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もう一つのウクライナがある 追放された野党指導者

‘There is another Ukraine’ – exiled opposition leader to RT
Vladimir Zelensky is carrying out the West's plan of conflict with Russia, says Viktor Medvedchuk

Kiev has accused Medvedchuk of treason and of secretly obtaining Russian citizenship. He rejects both claims as false, saying the “falsified charges” related to his legitimate mediation on behalf of the Ukrainian government with the breakaway Donbass regions and Moscow in 2014-15. About 1,500 Ukrainian POWs came home as a result of his efforts, he noted.

“I remain a citizen of Ukraine,” Medvedchuk insisted, adding that Zelensky had no right to revoke his passport, a move he dismissed as “completely reckless and I would say insane.” If he wanted to get a Russian passport or move to Russia, the politician said, he would have done so years ago. “But I did not leave. And I did not surrender.”

“Zelensky is the kind of man who thinks mainly about PR when it comes to any affairs of state,” Medvedchuk said. “This government tries to hide reality from the people and disguise its actions, which are not in the interest of Ukraine or the Ukrainian people.”

It is Britain that controls Zelensky and Kiev, much more than the US, Medvedchuk claimed, adding that London spearheads the push by the collective West to make Ukraine a springboard against Russia.

The goal of the West is to “stir up some kind of confrontation within Russia, processes that can weaken the Russian leadership,” which is what Zelensky is trying to do, Medvedchuk told RT. However, “it is clear that Ukraine cannot defeat Russia, due to well-known factual circumstances.”




西側諸国の目標は、「ロシア国内で何らかの対立を引き起こし、ロシアの指導者を弱体化させること」であり、それはゼレンスキー氏がやろうとしていることだと、メドベチュク氏はRTに語った。しかし、"よく知られている事実上の状況により、ウクライナがロシアに勝てないことは明らかだ "という。

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