Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has denied that his country was responsible for what Russia says was an assassination attempt against Russian President Vladimir Putin, after an apparent drone attack on the Kremlin.
“We don’t attack Putin or Moscow,” Zelensky said during a news conference in Helsinki.
The Ukrainian president said that Ukraine didn’t have enough weapons to spare on incidents like this.
“We fight on our territory, we are defending our villages and cities. We don’t have enough weapon[s] for this. That’s why we don’t use it anywhere [else],” Zelensky explained. “For us that is the deficit, we can’t spend [waste] it.”
“We didn’t attack Putin. We leave it to tribunal,” he said.
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