Volodymyr Zelensky talks to The Economist’s editor-in-chief, Zanny Minton Beddoes, in his Kyiv complex dubbed “the fortress”. In a wide-ranging interview, the Ukrainian president discusses the state of the war, the international support he needs and what a Ukrainian victory would look like.
00:00 PresidentZelensky meets The Economist 00:44 Actor-turned-president: how did it happen? 03:53 Where was PresidentZelensky when the war started? 04:34 Can Ukraine win the war? 06:32 What international help does Ukraine still need? 09:55 How British and German support for Ukraine differs 12:36 Are the West afraid of Ukraine winning? 15:54 What military equipment does Ukraine need right now? 17:08 Can there be lasting peace with Putin in the Kremlin? 19:35 Is it possible to win, save Ukrainian lives and save the country?
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