Our-kraine? Zelensky Tells World Economic Forum Ukraine Needs $5 Billion a Month

Nick Kangadis | May 24, 2022
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Have you been looking for the perfect timeshare? Can’t seem to figure out the best place to invest your money? Well, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has just the land for you…his!

During the opening of this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Zelensky gave a speech in which he told CEOs and world leaders that Ukraine needs $5 billion…a month…every month…for the foreseeable future.

Zelensky said that Ukraine has seen “more than half a trillion dollars in losses” and that “tens of thousands of facilities were destroyed.”

However, instead of presenting the rebuilding of Ukraine as a crisis, Zelensky made it sound like entire regions of the country could be had by big corporations for the right price, giving them access to “our market of 40 million consumers.”

“We offer a special, historically significant model of rebuilding one each of the partner countries or partner cities or even partner companies will have the opportunity to tag patronage over a particular region of Ukraine,” Zelesnky said through an interpreter. “It could be a city or community or even an industry.”

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The Ukrainian president went on to divulge that some countries and globalist entities have already begun to make their mark on the country.

“Britain, Denmark or even the European Union (EU) and other leading international entities have already chosen a specific area for patronage in rebuilding,” Zelesnky said. “And thanks to this model of relations, the post-war rebuilding could be fast, could be efficient and could be of high quality. This would not only allow to attract the best specialists, architects, engineers, builders, developers, managers and others, but it will also be the largest in Europe since World War II.”

Zelensky’s remarks come just days after U.S. President Joe Biden signed a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine this past Saturday, which “is intended to support Ukraine through September, and it dwarfs an earlier emergency measure that provided $13.6 billion.”

If parts of Ukraine are essentially being sold off to the highest bidder like a Christie’s auction, and the U.S. has already given over $50 billion dollars to the country, when does Ukraine become Our-kraine?

H/T: New York Post

For Zelensky’s full speech, including what sounded like a scripted Q&A session with WEF Founder Klaus Schwab, watch below: