Zelenskyy recalls Ukraine’s ambassadors to Morocco and Georgia

Mar 31, 2022: President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has recalled Ukraine’s ambassadors to Morocco and Georgia, suggesting the diplomats had not done enough to convince those countries to punish Russia for its invasion last month.

“With all due respect, if there won’t be weapons, won’t be sanctions, won’t be restrictions for Russian business, then please look for other work,” Zelenskyy said during a nighttime video address to the nation on Wednesday.

“I am waiting for concrete results in the coming days from the work of our representatives in Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Africa,” he added.

Zelenskyy, who is addressing parliaments around the world via video link and urging countries to send more money and weapons, called diplomacy “one of the key fronts” in the war to win the war against Russia.

He also said he was expecting results from Ukrainian military attaches at embassies abroad. His comments came as a delegation of Ukrainian parliamentarians visited Washington, urging the United States to provide more aid, more military equipment, more funding and more support for the cause against Russia.

U.S President Joe Biden’s administration led the Western response to the February 24 attack by imposing unprecedented sanctions on Russia and providing arms and aid to Ukraine.

Now in its fifth week, the war has so far killed thousands and injured more, with nearly four million forced to flee abroad.

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