Russian President Vladimir Putin, for his part, accuses the West of “dividing” the Russians.
From Italy to France, passing through Germany, the United Kingdom, the Arab summit and now the G7, in a week Volodimir Zelenski has launched a diplomatic offensive in order to gather support for the defense of his country.
This shows, according to experts, that the leaders have decided that Ukraine will come out of this war intact and strong.
Phillips P. O’Brien is Professor of Strategic Studies at the University of St Andrews in Scotland and points out: “They wouldn’t invite Zelensky to all these places and he wouldn’t do all these places if they didn’t think Ukraine is going to come out of the war well. It just wouldn’t happen. No one would want to be around a leader who was thought to be defeated and a country that was going to collapse.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin, meanwhile, finds himself at home, facing unprecedented international isolation and with an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court making it difficult for him to travel even to allied countries.
Meanwhile, what he does is accuse the West of wanting to “divide” the Russians.