Ukraine Asks for More Help as NATO Leaders Meet in Brussels

Voice of America News reports: “NATO leaders are meeting Thursday in Brussels to discuss their short- and long-term response to Russia’s month-old invasion of Ukraine, and they are due to hear a direct appeal from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for more help.

Ahead of the meeting, Zelenskyy used a video message, delivered in English, to ask NATO members for ‘effective and unrestricted’ support, including weapons for Ukrainian forces.

Zelenskyy also appealed to people around the world to hold public protests against the Russian invasion.

‘Come with Ukrainian symbols to support Ukraine, to support freedom, to support life,’ Zelenskyy said. ‘Come to your squares, to your streets, make yourselves visible and heard.’…”

View Original Article

Comments are closed.