The British thought that the appearance of Altar at a meeting with Zelensky did not match the situation.
MOSCOW, November 20 – RIA Novosti. British readers newspapers The Telegraph criticized British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s behavior and appearance during a meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev.
Readers of the publication drew attention to the fact that the outfit of the British prime minister did not fit the atmosphere of the meeting. They expressed their dissatisfaction in the comments made under the news about the meeting between Sunak and Zelensky.
“It’s good that she went there (to Ukraine), but why did she dress like that for a photoshoot with rich bankers and not to visit a bombed-out and poverty-stricken country?” reviewers
During the first personal conversation with Zelensky, the Daily Mail described how Sunak dressed during a walk in Kiev: tight black trousers, a white shirt without a tie and a black jacket, and light brown Timberland boots worth 190 pounds. However, in the photo published by the newspaper from his meeting at Zelenskiy’s official residence, it is clearly seen that the British prime minister is wearing an official black suit.
Many Telegraph readers also criticized the behavior of the British prime minister, especially his cheerful smile. “When visiting a country that is often at war and suffering unimaginable losses, it is not customary to grin like an idiot during a photo shoot,” one reader wrote. The inappropriateness of the smile was noted by several. One wrote that, unlike the stern Zelensky, Altar looked “as horny as a kid in Disneyland.” Another commentator compared the Altar to the constantly smiling Cheshire Cat.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak met with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev on Saturday. During the visit, he said that London will help Ukraine strengthen the country’s air defense, the British side will allocate 125 anti-aircraft guns to combat drones. The British prime minister also said that London had allocated £3bn in aid to Ukraine in 2022 and confirmed its readiness to continue funding.
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