Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Wednesday that he intended to push President Joe Biden to provide long-range missiles as the nation seeks to continue its fight against Russia. Biden previously promised not to.
Zelensky conceded that Ukraine is struggling to maintain enough ammunition, saying that “we do need long range weapons. This deficit remains and I will raise this issue.”
The Daily Mail reported that French President Emmanuel Macron intended to provide long-range missiles to Ukraine.
Ukraine is apparently still in the throes of a counteroffensive, but western allies have been underwhelmed by the modest gains. Macron said Paris would provide the SCALP surface-to-air missile system to help Ukraine strike targets deep within Russian-occupied territory.&nbs