Volodymyr Zelensky compares Russia-Ukraine situation to movie Don’t Look Up

1/28/2022 8:37:00 PM

Volodymyr Zelensky compares Russia-Ukraine situation to movie Don’t Look Up

Volodymyr Zelensky compares Russia-Ukraine situation to movie Don’t Look Up

President Volodymyr Zelensky compared the Russia-Ukraine situation to the Netflix movie Don’t Look Up during news conference.Zelensky said: “Managing the country it’s like your film Don’t Look up. We are looking up, but we are also looking on the ground and we may lose the economy.”Russia says it does not want war but has placed a “gun on the table” in its negotiations with the United States by massing troops on Ukraine’s borders, U.S. Ambassador to Moscow John Sullivan said on Friday.Sign up to our newsletters by clicking here

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President Volodymyr Zelensky compared the Russia-Ukraine situation to the Netflix movie Don’t Look Up during news conference.Moscow -friendly president was driven from power by mass protests.Thu 27 Jan 2022 03.Krishnan Guru-Murthy Presenter We spoke to Fyodor Lukyanov, the chairman of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, which advises the Kremlin, and began by asking him what he expects Russia’s next move is likely to be.

Zelensky said: “Managing the country it’s like your film Don’t Look up. We are looking up, but we are also looking on the ground and we may lose the economy. More than 14,000 people died in the fighting that devastated Ukraine’s eastern industrial heartland known as Donbas.” Russia says it does not want war but has placed a “gun on the table” in its negotiations with the United States by massing troops on Ukraine’s borders, U. Russia’s key demand is that Ukraine and other countries be blocked from joining Nato – a concession the alliance has firmly ruled out.S. A 2015 peace agreement - the Minsk-2 agreement - was brokered by France and Germany helped end large-scale battles. Ambassador to Moscow John Sullivan said on Friday.

Sign up to our newsletters by . The agreement is very complex however because Russia continues to insist it has not been a party in the conflict and is therefore not bound by its terms. Photograph: Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters.