Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in Kyivin Morocco and Georgia recalled their ambassadors, saying they did not do enough to bring weapons to Ukraine or force the two countries to impose sanctions on Russia.
Zelenskiy said, “There are those who work for Ukraine to defend itself and fight for its future, and there are those who waste their time by clinging to their positions. First, I signed the decision to recall our Moroccan ambassador.” Wednesday.
We also recalled our Georgian Ambassador.”
Kyiv’in From the Georgian Ambassador Igor Dolgov, Tbilisi’in He was asked to hold consultations earlier this month after he refused to accept sanctions against Russia. Georgia also prevented its citizens who volunteered to fight on Ukraine’s side from crossing into Ukraine.
Addressing the two ambassadors, Zelensky said, “Sincerely, no weapons, no sanctions, no restrictions on Russia’s actions. Please look for another job.” “The diplomatic front is a big front and everyone should work efficiently,” he said.
I expect results from our representatives in Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Africa in the coming days. I expect results from our military attachés,” he said.
Zelensky, son Addressing various Western parliaments almost daily for days and days, he urged countries to take tougher measures against Moscow because of its own military operation in Ukraine.
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