Andriy Yermak, who heads the office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, issued a warning to Newsmax that failure to provide more aid to Kyiv could put its prospects of fending off Russia’s invasion, which will mark two years on Feb. 24, in jeopardy.
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“Of course, it will be [a] big risk to lose this war,” Yermak told “The Record With Greta Van Susteren.” “And … after two years, when [Ukraine] showed to all the world that we [were] able not just to defend our lands, but already we liberated 50% of the outer territories that were occupied from [the start of the war].”
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