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Now Zelensky is begging the West for JETS and long-range missiles

Now Zelensky begs the West for JETS and long-range missiles: Ukraine’s president makes final demand after Germany and US finally agree to send Kiev tanks to fight Putin’s forces after diplomatic spat

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky declared today that he wanted Western allies to send long-range missiles and fighter jets to his war-torn country to repel Russian forces.

“I spoke with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg today… We also need to open deliveries of long-range missiles to Ukraine, it is important – we need to expand our artillery cooperation,” Zelensky said, adding that Ukraine needed fighter jets.

‘This is a dream. And this is a job.’

Zelensky’s latest plea comes just hours after the US and Germany both announced they would send battalions of M1 Abrams and Leopard 2 tanks to support Ukrainian forces’ efforts to push back Vladimir Putin’s forces in eastern Ukraine to reinforce.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks at a press conference in Kiev, Ukraine, January 24, 2022

Zelensky, who turned 45 on Wednesday, thanked German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and US leader Joe Biden for their decision to send heavy tanks to Ukraine hours before calling for long-range missiles and jets.

“It’s an important step towards victory,” the Ukrainian president tweeted, thanking Biden for his “powerful” decision.

The United States announced earlier Wednesday that it will provide 31 Abrams tanks to help Ukraine repel the Russian invasion, mirroring a similar move by Germany despite dire warnings from Moscow.

The twin announcements come as a great relief to Kiev, which has been advocating for heavy Western tanks to support its struggle for months.

“A historic day,” Andriy Yermak, the head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, told the Telegram messaging app. “One of those days that will determine our future victory,” he added.

He also thanked Biden, Congress and the American people.

“We will never forget it,” he added. “The big time is coming.”

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