Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has blasted world leaders for not extending North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) membership to Ukraine.
Biting the hands that feed him, Zelensky ripped Democrat President Joe Biden and other NATO leaders for not starting World War Three on his behalf.
Zelensky slammed his benefactors before heading to the NATO summit in Lithuania.
At the summit, Zelensky will make his case for entry into the organization.
As a member nation, America will have to defend any NATO ally, so if Ukraine is granted membership before the endless war with Russia is finished, we have an instant world war scenario that could easily end in a nuclear holocaust.
Zelensky said: “Now, on the way to Vilnius, we received signals that certain wording is being discussed without Ukraine.
“And I would like to emphasize that this wording is about the invitation to become a NATO member, not about Ukraine’s membership.
“It’s unprecedented and absurd when a time frame is not set neither for the invitation nor for Ukraine’s membership.
“While at the same time vague wording about ‘conditions’ is added even for inviting Ukraine.
“It seems there is no readiness neither to invite Ukraine to NATO nor to make it a member of the Alliance.
“This means that a window of opportunity is being left to bargain Ukraine’s membership in NATO in negotiations with Russia.
“And for Russia, this means the motivation to continue its terror.
“Uncertainty is weakness.
“And I will openly discuss this at the summit.”
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— David Sacks (@DavidSacks) July 11, 2023
We value our allies. We value our shared security. And we always appreciate an open conversation.
Ukraine will be represented at the NATO summit in Vilnius. Because it is about respect.
But Ukraine also deserves respect. Now, on the way to Vilnius, we received signals that…
— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) July 11, 2023
Zelensky issued the statement after his sugar daddy Biden appeared to walk back support for Ukraine’s NATO membership.
“I don’t think it’s ready for membership in NATO,” Biden told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.
“I don’t think there is unanimity in NATO about whether or not to bring Ukraine into the NATO family now, at this moment, in the middle of a war.”
“We’re determined to commit every inch of territory that is NATO territory,” Biden noted.
“If the war is going on, then we’re all in war.
“We’re at war with Russia, if that were the case.”