The official account of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky on Twitter shows that the accounts of all world leaders are not being followed.
Earlier, the Ukrainian president announced that he had discussed with his US President Joe Biden sanctions against Moscow and the provision of “firm assistance” to Kiev’s forces facing the Russian invasion.
In a video tape he appeared with his aides in front of the presidential palace, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky confirmed that he was in Kiev to defend Ukraine despite Russian forces advancing.
The President of Ukraine said that more than 130 people had been killed and that “the country was left alone to defend our state” as the invasion entered its second day.
In a video speech on Thursday night, the Ukrainian president said he was disappointed after talking to NATO leaders after the invasion began, “We are alone to defend our country, who is ready to fight on our side?” “I did not see anyone,” he said. “I asked 27 European leaders about my country’s membership in NATO, but no one responded.”
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