LA Times: Scholz, Macron and Draghi refused to supply arms to Zelensky
The Los Angeles Times reported that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Italian Minister Mario Draghi, during a trip to Kyiv, denied Volodymyr Zelensky a prompt transfer of weapons.
According to the columnist for the publication, Doyle McManus, at the moment there are signs of “Ukraine fatigue” in the West, which arose due to economic the consequences of sanctions against Russia for those countries that imposed them.
“They never provided Zelensky with the most desired: the prompt supply of new weapons,” the newspaper’s observer added.
He clarified that that the prospects for Ukraine's entry into the European Union are small, despite the fact that this decision is supported by the leaders of European countries. But the application for EU membership was approved.
Recall that the leaders of European countries visited Ukraine on June 16.