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Volodymyr Zelensky tells The Economist why 2024 will be crucial for Ukraine

In a New Year interview, he appears angrier than ever before

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As Vladimir Putin promises to intensify Russia’s attacks, Mr Zelensky is frustrated at the wavering support from the West. Speaking to The Economist from his situation room, Ukraine’s wartime leader is defiantly optimistic, urging partners to remember that the country faces a terroristic, existential threat.  Runtime: 26 min

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