Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky mocked his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin's claims the war was going 'to plan', asking how a plan that saw tens of thousands of troops being killed in a month could have been approved.
Speaking from Kyiv in a video posted to social media, Zelensky also repeated calls for the West to step in now and prevent the use of chemical weapons on Ukrainian soil, saying any deployment of them would be 'a humiliation for the democratic world'.
The address, posted early Wednesday morning in Ukraine, saw him address Putin's suggestion the day before that Russia would achieve all of its 'noble' aims and 'rhythmically and calmly' continue what it calls a special operation.
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