Ukraine: Ukraine desperate to join the European Union, Zelensky said - we deserve it; UK made this announcement

Pankaj Prasad
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukrainian President Zelensky said that his government is ready to take whatever steps are necessary for it to enter the European Union.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has made a big statement about joining the European Union. He has said his war-torn country has a genuine right to start talks to join the EU 'this year'. Zelensky said his government was ready to take whatever steps would be necessary for it to enter the European Union. He said that we have reached an important understanding on this issue with the President of the European Union, Ursula von der Leyen. Will start talks soon. He said that after the talks, we hope that good results will come out soon.

EU support needed to deal with Russia: Zelensky

Zelensky said he had productive talks with the Commission leader and members of the College of the European Commission, and it showed that all sides understand the fact that Ukraine is against Russia. Defense requires constant and full support. Zelensky said that our people should have more energy and motivation to fight despite any obstacles and dangers. That's why the European Union has to support us. I believe that Ukraine deserves to start negotiations on EU membership this year.ย 

Britain said a big thing about the help

Britain's defense minister said on Thursday that he did not rule out supplying fighter jets to Ukraine and warned that they would not become a 'magic wand' in the war. Britain's Defense Secretary Ben Wallace told reporters that on the process of the planes, I have been very clear. One thing I have learned in the last one year is don't rule anything, don't rule anything out. Ukraine has requested US-made F-16 warplanes to help repel Russian aggression. The United States has currently ruled out any delivery of F-16s to Ukraine, but other partners, including Poland, have shown themselves to be more open to the idea.