In the wake of Russia's recent aggression, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has declared that Ukraine had found itself at the epicenter of global risks for a potential third world war.
Voicing his concerns, Zelenskyy suggested that Russia could continue its advancements unless the United States and China took joint action to allow the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukrainian territory.
Zelensky's statement comes as Israel's conflict shifts international attention away from Ukraine. Additionally, he highlighted alleged cooperation between Moscow and supporters of Hamas in Iran.
The Ukrainian President also expressed apprehension about escalating issues in the Balkans, indicating a belief that preparations were underway for potential future developments.
Zelenskyy also warned of Kremlin attempts to involve specific individuals in the region, suggesting a broader strategy at play.