While the West raises pressure on Russia, Zelensky demands weaponry from NATO.

President Volodymyr Zelensky pressed a NATO summit on Thursday to deploy armaments to Ukraine, prompting additional sanctions against Russia, threats of military aid, and talk of Russia being kicked out of the G20.

As hostilities raged across Ukraine, Zelensky addressed an emergency NATO summit and a G7 leaders meeting via video connection, with media images showing a large Russian vessel firing at dockside near the southern city of Mariupol.

He said the West should give “all the munitions we require” to “prevent Ukrainians from dying as a result of Russian strikes and occupation.”

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