Ukraine is burning in the fire of war. The situation is getting worse due to the ongoing seven-day war. Along with America and its ally NATO, all countries are imposing sanctions on Russia, but no country is openly ready to send troops. Due to this, there is anger and helplessness among the people of Ukraine. A Ukrainian female journalist shows NATO a mirror in front of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson regarding the Ukraine crisis.
Daria Kaleniuk, a female journalist who attended the press conference of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, launched some serious questions about the destruction of Ukraine. During this, the journalist broke down in front of UK PM Boris Johnson while telling the latest situation of her country. The video of this incident is also going viral.
Ukrainian female journalist told Boris Johnson, “Ukrainian people are desperately asking for the rights to protect our sky, we are asking for a no-fly zone. What’s the alternative for the no-fly zone?
“Britain guarantees our security under the Budapest Memorandum so you’re coming to Poland, you are not coming to Kyiv, prime minister .. because you are afraid.”
“NATO is not willing to defend because NATO is afraid of world war three but it’s already started and it’s Ukrainian children who are there taking the hit.
“You are talking about more sanctions, Prime Minister, but Roman Abramovich is not sanctioned, he’s in London, his children are not in the bombardments, his children are there in London.”
She said Mr Putin’s children are safe in mansions that have not been seized and, breaking into tears, added: “I don’t see that, see that my family members, that my team members are saying we are dying, we don’t have anywhere to run.”
When Ukrainian female journalists were saying these things, British PM Boris Johnson also appeared unresponsive. He was listening intently to the woman and was only nodding his head in agreement. Significantly, at the beginning of the fight against Russia, Ukraine had appealed to the world community for help. From the US to NATO, it was made clear that they would not send their troops to Ukraine.