Zelensky, surprising statement in Davos: “I’m not entirely sure that Putin is still alive”

President of Ukraine Volodymyr ZelenskySays he’s not entirely sure his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, is still alive.

During a video speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland), Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky came as a surprise when he said he was not sure if Vladimir Putin was alive.

I really don’t know who to talk to about what. I’m not sure that the Russian president who sometimes appears in front of Chromecki in a studio (a green studio background that allows the character to be placed in any film – no) is actually real. I don’t really understand if he’s alive or if he’s making decisions or if someone else is making decisions there. Which group can make any decisions in Russia? I don’t have that kind of information“, Zelensky said according to the report Ukrainian Pravda.

I really don’t understand how you can promise European leaders one thing and then launch a full scale invasion of a country the next day. I really don’t understand who we are dealing with. “When we say ‘peace talks,’ I don’t understand who we want to talk with,” the Ukrainian president continued.

Zelensky: “There are witnesses that we are alive”

Zelensky turned his attention to world leaders in Davos:You know who I am and I know who you are. There are witnesses that we are alive. And we can come to a consensus even if we talk about different things“.

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It seems to me that Russia needs to find ‘someone’ first and recommend ‘something’. (Zelensky is probably implying that Putin should come forward and accept Ukraine’s conditions to end the war – no)”, the head of state added.

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President Zelensky stressed that Ukraine has done everything to liberate its occupied territories through diplomacy, and that the peace talks are still far from peaceful.

Vladimir Putin: “Russia’s victory is inevitable”

On the other hand, during his visit to St. Petersburg, Putin also held a meeting with the workers of the Obukov Arms Plant. Russian leader He gave a speechHe declared that “special military action” in Ukraine would “inevitably” end with a Russian victory, according to RIA Novosti.

In view of the end result and inevitable success, there are certain things that will not disappear and will be fundamental to our success. This is the unity and solidarity of Russians and, in general, the multinational Russian people – this is the courage and heroism of our fighters, in a special military operation on the front lines, and, of course, the work of the military-industry. Complex, companies like this and people like you and the economy as a wholePutin said.

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