Ukraine: UK billionaire mocks Zelensky, says he is a comedian and “wants to continue that profession”

Bernie Ecclestone, former Chief Executive of the Formula One Group has defended Russia’s “military operations” in Ukraine, stating that it was necessary.

According to statements attributed to him on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” yesterday ( Thursday), the racing supremo blamed Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy for failing to utilise effective dialogue with Putin.

“(I) believed he was doing the right thing for Russia,” Ecclestone said, referring to Putin’s declaration and recognition of the Donbass region and it’s newly created republics.

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Speaking about Zelensky, Bernie Ecclestone disclosed on the show that the Ukrainian president probably thought he was still on career mode. He said –

“The other person in Ukraine, his profession I understand, used to be a comedian – and I think it seems that he wants to continue that profession.

Russia, the world’s largest country declared its “military operation” in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. The operation according to Putin is the denazification of the country and to secure the sovereignty of the Russian speaking part of Ukraine who have faced immense brutality and callousness at the hands of Azov battalion regiments within the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF).

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