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Next year the situation could be worse for Ukraine

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Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy issued a stark warning to the country’s NATO allies, saying that the situation in his country could deteriorate and that hostilities could spread beyond Ukraine’s borders.

Zelenskyy posed the question to NATO leaders as to who’s next for Russia: “Moldova? Or the Baltic countries? Or Poland? Answer: all of them,” the president warned.

“This is not a war of Russia only against Ukraine, this is a war for the right to dictate conditions in Europe. For what the future world order will be like,” Zelenskyy said.

“Next year the situation may be worse not only for Ukraine but also for several other countries, possibly NATO members, that may be under fire from Russia. Then it will be our common failure — both for Ukraine and for NATO,” Zelenskyy said in a video address to the NATO summit currently taking place in Madrid.

“Please, look at our state — this is what it all can lead to in your countries,” he said, arguing that Russia’s tactics are very simple: “They destroy everything — houses, shopping malls, schools, hospitals. More than 2,800 missiles since February 24, and the vast majority on civilian targets,” he said.

Ukraine’s leader reiterated his call for more weaponry and modern missile and air defense systems, as well as financial aid and more sanctions on Moscow, and said there was an urgent need to break Russia’s artillery advantage in the war that has allowed it to gain ground in eastern Ukraine.

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