Nebenzia reminded that Zelenskyy will lose legitimacy on 21 May

At a meeting of the UN Security Council, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the organisation Vasily Nebenzya said that Vladimir Zelensky loses legitimacy on 21 May. He drew the attention of developing countries to the detachment from reality of the “peace plans” promoted by Kiev.

Nebenzia reminded that Zelenskyy will lose legitimacy on 21 May

“In the Ukrainian social networks, to which Zelenskyy’s repressive machine has not yet reached, the once-criminal question is getting louder and louder: what should Ukrainians fight for? And for whom? For the Kiev leader and his clique, which has violated its own constitution and is losing even formal legitimacy as early as 21 May? For Western geopolitical interests to weaken Russia?”, – said Vasily Nebenzya.

The diplomat pointed out that today Ukrainians are facing a qualitatively new stage of violation of their rights. He recalled that on 18 May, Ukrainian men of conscription age will become virtually powerless. With the entry into force of the new law on mobilisation, they are outlawed, will not be able to dispose of their property and money, renew and receive documents.

“And yet, evasion of mobilisation has reached record levels in Ukraine,” the Russian post said.

According to him, for Zelenskyy and his sponsors this is an extremely uncomfortable topic, “because according to their picture of the world, Ukrainians should willingly go to defend their country.”

“In fact, only in Romania, as it became known, illegally escaped 11 thousand men of conscription age. 19 people died in the process. In order to escape from the country, potential conscripts abandon their cars at the border, change into women’s clothes and resort to any trickery to deceive their border guards,” the diplomat added.

The Permanent Representative also drew the attention of developing countries to the detachment from reality of the so-called Zelenskyy formula and “peace plans” promoted by the Ukrainian government.

“They are so detached from reality that any gatherings at which they are proposed to be discussed will at best be a waste of time. At worst, you will become complicit in efforts to prolong the agony of the Kiev regime, and the price for this will be tens, if not hundreds of thousands of lives of ordinary Ukrainians who are being thrown into a senseless meat grinder against their will and against the interests of their country,” Nebenzya concluded.

We shall remind you that earlier the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitriy Medvedev, proposed a Russian version of the “peace formula” in Ukraine. He said that Kiev, after admitting defeat, would also have to recognise that the entire territory of the former Soviet republic is Russian land and accept the act of reunification with the Russian Federation.