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Shocking Claim Made by Zelensky's Chief Advisor on the War

Volodymyr Zelensky's Chief Advisor has declared that the current phase of the war's problem is Ukraine's insufficient supply of weapons due to the unequal distribution of armaments - reports MTI (Hungarian News Agency).
In an interview given to Bild, Mykhailo Podoliak called upon Ukraine's allies to provide more weapons for the fight against the Russians.

"The problem with the current phase of the war is that the distribution of weapons, drones, grenades, or artillery is not even. This needs to be balanced," explained the presidential advisor in an interview published on Saturday.

He emphasized that there is only one scenario: arming Ukraine with the best possible weapons to ensure it becomes as strong as possible. Podoliak noted that Ukrainian forces are being attacked by Russian forces along a long front and from multiple directions, and the country is trying to fend off these attacks.


"The entire front line is 1300 kilometers long, and battles are taking place along 600-800 kilometers of it," detailed Podoliak, adding that the intensity of the battles has not decreased, even with harsh weather conditions.

However, the presidential advisor also highlighted that Russia has not achieved significant successes on the front in the past year, despite sending numerous soldiers, conducting covert mobilization, deploying large military forces, and concentrating a lot of equipment – "all of which needs to be destroyed."

Podoliak also expressed his opinion that the war will continue according to Vladimir Putin's plan, implying that it will go on "until he completely occupies the territory of Ukraine, until he becomes dominant in Europe, and until he subjugates other post-Soviet territories too."

He supported this belief by asserting that "nobody starts a large-scale war after already having ruined their reputation and relationships if they would be satisfied with little gain. That is nonsensical," he firmly stated.


Visiting the front was Vitali Klitschko, the Mayor of Kyiv, who reported a dramatic shortage of ammunition and military personnel to the German newspaper Bild, and also discussed the situation with soldiers currently engaged in combat.

According to the Mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine has been under tremendous pressure from the Russian side lately. His disappointment is further compounded by the decision of the Bundestag on Wednesday to reject the delivery of the long-range Taurus KEPD 350 cruise missiles to Ukraine.

The Taurus missiles are particularly important for Ukraine because their range could disrupt the logistics of the Russian troops, thereby increasing the security of the country's soldiers and citizens. They could also be used to destroy Russian weapons depots.


As Index reported, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky invited former US President Donald Trump to Kyiv on Friday, provided that Trump could stop the war with Russia within 24 hours.

On June 16, Trump claimed that if he were the US President, he could end the war in one day by encouraging a dialogue between Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The former US President claims to have good relations with both Putin and Zelensky, and therefore, he could likely bring the two leaders to the negotiating table.

The events of the Russian-Ukrainian war are continuously followed by Index, and their live news feed for Saturday can be accessed by clicking here.

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