Zelensky Identifies Four Countries as Potential Putin Targets Should Ukraine Fail to Resist

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jan.10 - 2024 10:25 PM CET

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Zelensky Identifies Four Countries as Potential Putin Targets Should Ukraine Fail to Resist.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has issued a stark warning that Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggressive war will not cease unless a unified effort is made to stop him.

"He (Putin) won't finish this (war), until we all finish him together," declared Zelensky in a news conference in Vilnius today according to Hindustan Times.

Four Possible Targets

Zelensky emphasized the potential risk to neighboring countries if Ukraine fails to resist Russian advances.

He then named Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Moldova as possible next targets for Putin's expansionist ambitions.

In his statement, the Ukrainian leader expressed a lack of pressure from allies to negotiate a ceasefire, citing Putin's apparent unwillingness to halt the war. Zelensky's comments came amidst Russia's renewed large-scale missile strikes on Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, as the war nears its third year. These attacks happen as the US and the European Union face political divisions delaying the approval of $100 billion in crucial aid for Ukraine.

During his visit to Vilnius, Lithuania, Zelensky signed military cooperation contracts with Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda. The agreement also initiated discussions on bilateral security guarantees. These guarantees are part of Ukraine's effort to secure support from Western partners against Russian hostility.

Zelensky's itinerary includes visits to Latvia and Estonia, focusing on topics such as NATO integration and cooperation in areas like electronic warfare and drone technology. These visits underscore Ukraine's ongoing effort to strengthen its ties with neighboring countries and NATO members in the face of Russian aggression.

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