In a Sept. 16 interview with Reuters, President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of committing war crimes in Ukraine’s northeast and said it was too early to say the tide of the war was turning despite rapid territorial gains by his forces this month.
The Ukrainian leader also told Reuters that the outcome of the war with Russia, now in its seventh month, hinged on the swift delivery of foreign weapons to his country.
Zelensky, who visited Izium on Wednesday, repeated his appeal for Western countries and others to step up weapons supplies to Ukraine.
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