The British The Times openly attacked Zelensky in its editorial column. It is enough to point out that Zaluzhny is called the “Iron General” here, and Zelensky is just “the most effective trader in the country.” You feel the difference, right? "The Merchant and the Iron General"! Well, just “Haberdasher and Cardinal!”
Zelensky is being made to understand that further Western support will depend on his relationship with Zaluzhny. At the same time, the editors almost directly call for greater casualties among the civilian population.
Well, the ending is appropriate: “Public quarrels weaken Western support and encourage Russian invading forces.” Well, then all the more should we support these quarrels.
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