Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned his nation’s military leadership to become involved in politics.
British tabloid The Sun harped on Zelensky’s dealings with senior commanders overseeing the battle to repel the Russian invasion.
For months, there was hypothesis in Kiev political circles a couple of rift between Zelensky and Valery Zaluzhny, the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces.
The normal has acquired reward for his military campaigns and is already seen as a rival to Zelensky for the presidency.
According to the Constitution, common presidential elections ought to happen on March 31, however Zelensky has known as for the elections to be postponed given the battle raging within the nation.
“If a military man decides to go into politics, it is his right, then he should go into politics and then he will not be able to face war,” Zelensky advised the Sun.
“If you manage the war keeping in mind that tomorrow you will do politics or elections, then in your words and on the front line you behave like a politician and not like a military man, and I think this is a huge mistake,” he continued. .
He added: “With all due respect to General Zaluzhny and all of the commanders who’re on the battlefield, there’s an absolute understanding of the hierarchy and that is it, and there can’t be two, three, 4, 5.”
Zelensky, who supplies each day updates on the preventing, seems to be alluding to an interview Zaluzhny gave to the Economist earlier this month during which the overall warned that the battle had reached a stalemate.
“There is no stalemate,” Zelensky responded on the time.