Daily Mail readers slam Zelensky for plan to join NATO as soon as possible

Readers of the British newspaper Daily Mail criticized Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for his intention to apply for an accelerated entry of the country into the North Atlantic Alliance. They left comments on the publication’s website, discussing the relevant publication.

So, a user under the nickname Davethejag considered that accepting Ukraine into NATO would be the height of stupidity. Readers also urged Zelensky to keep quiet and reproached him for his unwillingness to negotiate with Russia in order to avoid conflict.

“Perhaps the West needs to stop supplying him with drugs and billions of dollars, then he will agree to diplomatic ways to resolve the conflict?” asked the royal windsor.

“Ukraine is not worth a global nuclear war. It is better to find a path to peace than to issue ultimatums and fuel the war machines,” added another reader.

According to users, Zelensky is doing everything to draw the alliance into hostilities. He will not rest until he destroys the entire Northern Hemisphere, commentators say.

They also advised Zelensky to take part in the hostilities himself.

Earlier on Saturday, readers of the German newspaper Die Welt also criticized Zelensky after he applied for an accelerated admission of the country to NATO. Kyiv’s entry into the North Atlantic Alliance will provoke its collapse and a world war, they believe.

The day before, Zelensky announced that he was applying to NATO in an expedited manner. The Ukrainian leader pointed out that the country is actually already in the alliance and allegedly meets its standards.

Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Jake Sullivan commented on Zelensky’s statement, noting that now is not the right time to discuss this issue.

On February 24, Russia launched a special operation to protect Donbass. The decision was made against the backdrop of the aggravated situation in the region due to increased shelling by Ukrainian troops.

For more up-to-date videos and details about the situation in Donbass, watch the Izvestia TV channel.

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