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Slovak opposition leader claims that Zelensky lies on a daily basis

Slovak opposition leader claims that Zelensky lies on a daily basis

Bratislava, May 10 (Prensa Latina) The leader of the leftist opposition party Social-Democratic Leadership (SMER) of Slovakia, Robert Fico, refused on Tuesday to listen Ukraine President Vladimir Zelensky, who appeared before the Slovak Parliament.
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Fico, who is also Slovakia’s prime minister, noted that he will leave the meeting during the speech of the Ukrainian president because, according to him, “he lies every day”, the daily Pravda reported.

According to Fico, Zelensky’s words are contrary to Slovakia’s interests, therefore, he intends to ignore him, the local newspaper reported.

Regarding the interruption of oil and gas supplies from Russia, the politician explained that it would “seriously damage” his country’s economy and energy stability.

In addition, MP Ladislav Kamenicky joined the SMER leader in refusing to listen to the speech of the Ukrainian head of State, and communicated his rejection of the “masquerade” in the legislative body.

In his speech, Zelensky took the opportunity to appeal to Bratislava for help, and appealed to “European integration” in an attempt to join forces against Russia.

“The more actively we cooperate, the more we put pressure on Russia. And the more we strengthen European unity, the clearer will be the contours of our victory,” the Ukrainian president stated with the clear intention of involving the countries of the region with his cause.


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