Russia’s attack on Ukraine has had an economic impact on Western allies. Ukraine’s first lady Olina Zelensky said that while Britain is counting the money, Ukrainians are counting the dead.
In an interview with BBC journalist Laura Kuensberg, the First Lady of Ukraine said that the crisis would have been less if the support for Ukraine (allies) had been stronger. It was important to highlight the human toll of the war.
He also said that the Ukraine war had a severe economic impact on the allied countries. The interview with Olina Zelensky was recorded in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. In 2003, Olina Zelensky married the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.
Olina Zelenskiy said that due to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, the prices of gas and oil in the world have increased. Britons are spending more money on fuel.
He also said, ‘I understand the situation is very difficult. But remember the time of the coronavirus pandemic. The epidemic is not over yet. During the pandemic, commodity prices have increased everywhere. Also increased in Ukraine. ‘
He also said, ‘Product prices are increasing in Ukraine. But the big thing is that the people of our country are losing their lives in the war. When you count the money in your bank account or in your pocket, we are doing the same. Also counting the number of injured people. ‘