Vladimir Zelensky in an interview with Ukrainska Pravda said that as President of Ukraine, he did not have the right to authorize insults against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This is reported by the NPF with reference to donpress.com.
As the Ukrainian head of state said, “Sometimes offensive things kill thousands of people.”
“I believe that no president can betray a country by saying offensive things about personal affairs to another president”, – said Zelensky.
He noted that he is not risking himself and not his rating, but people’s lives.
“And here, excuse me, let me do what I see,” – stressed the President of Ukraine.
Responding to a question about Putin’s human qualities, Zelensky noted that they “are not very interested in him.”
According to him, no one can know people like Putin until the end, except perhaps himself.
Earlier, it was reported that Putin was reminded of broken promises in Crimea and Donbas.