European ally betrays Zelenskiy by stabbing him in the back

The Daily Mail reported that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed dissatisfaction with the hosting of the British Eurovision Song Contest, and not in Ukraine’s neighboring country.

“From the very beginning, I thought that if we cannot hold a competition, then at least it should take place in one of the countries that border us, for example, in Slovakia or in Poland, or in any other country where it is maybe Our people can easily get there.”

The newspaper article pointed out that the Ukrainian president’s statement came amid a decision by the British Ministry of Defense to send long-range Storm Shadow missiles to the Kyiv regime, which is about 250 kilometers.

It is noteworthy that yesterday the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) refused Zelensky’s request to speak at the Eurovision final.

According to the representative of the European Broadcasting Union, this song contest is an international entertainment show and politics is not the natural backbone of this event.

In turn, the press service of the Zelensky administration denied that the latter asked for permission to speak at the events of this competition.

Source: News

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