Ukraine president tells West not to stir 'panic' over Russian troop buildup

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has sought to calm fears over an alleged invasion by Russia and called on the West to stop stirring panic. In a meeting with foreign media on Friday, Zelensky made it clear that the country did not cause this panic, adding that the panic had negatively impacted the Ukrainian economy and that the biggest threat it now faced was internal destabilization.

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