Stakhovsky explained why Ukraine will not be able to fight Russia for decades
The famous Ukrainian ex-tennis player Serhiy Stakhovsky answered the question of Yannina Sokolova about how he sees the further development of the war in Ukraine. The journalist noted that Russia will always be our neighbors, as it happened geographically, and if Putin is not dying and Russia is not falling apart, what would have to happen for Russian shelling to stop.
Stakhovsky could not answer this question from Sokolova, but admitted that Ukraine will not be able to fight for decades, as Palestine did with Israel, because our population is much smaller than that of the occupiers.
"We won't be able to fight for decades, we don't have the human resource. So the question remains open. And the problem really is that if someone kills Putin today tomorrow, which is unlikely given his paranoia, the person who comes in his place will be no better, and maybe even more brutal. And he will press that nuclear button," the 37-year-old from Kyiv said in an interview with Janina Sokolova on Channel 5.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Stakhovsky during a conversation with Sokolova also touched on the topic of patriotism in Vasyl Lomachenko. Serhiy believes that the former world champion in three weight categories should be at least deprived of the Ukrainian passport.
Note that Stakhovsky, who went to serve in the AFU after Russia began a full-scale invasion, advised those compatriots who believe that the front is somewhere far away to prepare for war.