President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky described his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as an emotional man - sometimes even too emotional. This was mentioned in his interview for The Washington Post and other four outlets.
"He gets too emotional when it comes to Ukraine", Zelensky said.
Zelensky also claimed that Russian leader "tends to act unreasonably".
Earlier, DW reported that Putin is so mad at Zelensky he never calls him by the name. According to the German outlet, Putin "often takes politics as a personal matter, and he is vulnerable to real or imaginary neglections".
Previously, we reported that not long before the first meeting with US President Joe Biden, head of the Ukrainian state expresses his disappointment with NATO's lack of resolution in terms of providing Ukraine with NATO membership. This is mentioned in Zelensky's interview with The Washington Post and other four media outlets.
Besides, the head of the Ukrainian government disagreed with Biden who said that Ukraine yet has to "close books on corruption" before its candidacy for membership will be considered by the NATO.
Zelensky claimed that the ambiguity in terms of Ukraine's NATO membership is “a signal to other countries that you guys are not welcome here, and Russia is just around the corner, increasing its clout.”
According to the President, despite the fact that Russia took part of its troops from the Ukrainian border, it still can increase its military presence in the region anytime.