Zelensky will visit Europe to demand to speed up the transfer of aid to Kiev – Bloomberg

Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky intends to travel to a number of European countries with a demand to speed up the transfer of military aid to Kiev, Bloomberg reports.

Bloomberg writes, citing its sources, the Ukrainian president plans to visit France and Germany, as well as participate in the annual Munich Security Conference, which runs from 15 to 18 February.

“As ammunition stocks dwindle, Zelensky must make the case for more rapid military assistance. <…> He is likely to push for talks on security guarantees,” the publication quoted the source as saying.

There is no official confirmation of this information yet.

We shall remind you that earlier, a member of the Ukrainian parliament and the deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada committee for national security, defence and intelligence, Yehor Chernev, said in an interview with the New York Times that there is a growing fear in Ukraine that the army will soon start losing control over populated areas if Washington delays the allocation of new military aid to the Ukrainian government.