President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Even the need and urgency seems to have perfected the gift of rhetoric. As the Russian invasion intensifies, the former comedian addresses allies to mobilize support for his people’s cause – and, of course, more financial and military aid. He will address parliament on Tuesday the 15th Canada. On Wednesday, it was the turn of Congress To us.
Last week, Zhelensky addressed the British Parliament and recalled Winston Churchill’s words during World War II. On Wednesday, he will address an event with members of the US House and Senate that will be broadcast live to the public. Israeli officials are also on the waiting list.
As Russian President Vladimir Putin intensifies airstrikes in the capital Kiev and other cities, talks with U.S. officials have intensified the war, and Ukrainians are fighting for their country’s survival. Zhelensky is expected to seek military assistance again by sending weapons, aircraft and the long-awaited no-fly zone.
In addition, the Ukrainian leader must strengthen the need for financial assistance to rebuild the country. Recently, the US Congress approved a $ 13.6 billion emergency package for military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.
Earlier this month, the Ukrainian president made an appeal to US representatives and senators. He wanted air support to fight the Russians, including the transfer of MiG fighter jets from Poland. However, the Pentagon did not accept the request for fear of escalating tensions with the Russians.
According to the speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, the Ukrainian leader called a meeting last weekend. “Congress, our country and the world are in awe of the people of Ukraine,” Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement Monday. In the speech, both say that Congress is unshakable in its “commitment to support Ukraine in the face of Putin’s brutal and brutal occupation.”
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