Ukraine’s Zelensky Calls for More Military Aid Ahead of Battles in Eastern Regions

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky launched a fresh appeal for military aid as the country prepared for some of the heaviest fighting so far in the conflict, while France sent a police unit from its armed forces to Ukraine to investigate potential war crimes, the first time French authorities have disclosed the use of military personnel in Ukraine.

In a virtual address to South Korean lawmakers on Monday, Mr. Zelensky pressed Seoul to deliver more than humanitarian assistance and nonlethal aid it has given so far, stating a need for heavier equipment to fight Russian tanks and missiles. “We thank South Korea for the help you have provided, but to survive the war with Russia we need more help,” he said. Zelensky said during the roughly 15-minute virtual address.

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