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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy seemed to be losing faith in the conflict with Russia

The Ukrainian administration has accused the United States, the United Kingdom, and other NATO countries of being complacent in the face of the ongoing conflict with Russia.

Ukraine pleaded with NATO to refrain from believing that the weaponry it has already sent to Ukraine will enable it to beat Russia in the ongoing conflict.

The foreign legion of the Ukrainian military mocked its allies, claiming they required much more assistance if the country was to successfully repel Russia's invasion.

According to CNN, Damien Magrou claimed that there was a sense of complacency among our western allies who believed that the weapons transfers to Ukraine already were sufficient to end the conflict.

The representative said that his nation lacked long-range artillery capability and urged the west to continue supplying Ukraine with heavy artillery and other powerful weaponry. He claimed that his country urgently needed long-range and anti-ship rockets in the battlefield. He forewarned that Ukraine would suffer more casualties the longer the supply delay lasts.

It's because Ukraine's weaponry cannot be compared to that of strong Russia. the ongoing deployment of kamikaze drones for cross-border operations into the country's northeastern Sumy region and increasingly constrictive weapons.

It is time, according to Zelensky, for Ukraine to recognize that it will not join NATO.

NATO does not include Ukraine. We recognize that.

Years ago, we heard that the doors were open, but we also heard that we were unable to enter. It's a fact, and it needs to be acknowledged," Zelensky added.

Zelensky's threat from earlier makes it very evident that he cannot continue the battle against Russia and may be forced to give up. Let's wait and see what happens.

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