We see no unity in the West regarding support for Ukraine in the war that Russia has unleashed against it. Neither in the issues of sanctions, nor in the supply of appropriate weapons.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stated this during online participation in the "Ukrainian Breakfast" in Davos.
"The West needs to be united...And they need to know that Ukraine is part of their world, then they are united not just with Ukraine, but around the same state, which is equal with them, but so far we do not feel it to the end. Not when Ukraine was taken into NATO, then we struggled with the issue of closing the sky and step by step someone forgot that, but we have not forgotten. It comes from the sky every day. Is there any confidence in the West here? There is no confidence," noted Zelensky.
The head of state stressed that there is no such unity on a number of issues, in particular regarding the provision of weapons and the imposition of sanctions against Russia.
"If we talk about unity, we should talk about unity in everything, granting weapons, granting the right to join the EU. What do we see now? Is there unity in the EU?...We have reached the sixth package of sanctions with a complete embargo on Russian oil, there is no unity in making a decision. Hungary is not happy with something. We have people dying and they are talking about oil. Finland and Sweden decided to join NATO, again we see that it does not suit someone, "- said Zelensky.