VIDEO | Zelensky does not want a meeting with Putin, he is "nobody and nothing" for him
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in an interview with Britain's Sky News that he is not interested in meeting with Vladimir Putin for peace talks, saying that he is actually irrelevant and that he is not sure who exactly makes the decisions in Russia.
"I am not interested in a meeting with Putin. No meeting, no negotiations. I really don't know who makes the decisions in Russia. "After the all-out invasion, Putin is nobody to me," Zelensky said.
He added that he has no intention of fighting on Russian territory.
"I just want them to stop the invasion and leave our country as soon as possible." I can tell you for sure – if they leave our territory, the war will end. That's all," said the Ukrainian president, noting that there have been stronger attacks and offensives in recent days.
"It all depends on how many of them we can keep." In the east they advance and lose many men. But they don't care about that. They don't care about their own people. That is a fact. We are trying to count them, but we do not have accurate data. There are many more victims from their side. As far as we have seen, there are thousands of dead on their side, and they are just throwing them on the front line," said Zelensky.
During the interview, which was recorded for his 45th birthday, the Ukrainian president learned that Germany had decided to send 14 Leopard 2 tanks to Kyiv. He expressed his gratitude for the move, but also noted that the quantity and speed of delivery of armored vehicles is excellent. importance.