Zelenskyy To Participate At WEF, Announces Talks With BlackRock

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has announced that Ukraine will be participating at the Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) in January and that he is currently working with BlackRock Inc. to plan Ukraine’s postwar rebuilding efforts.

The WEF and BlackRock alike are huge pushers of the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) ideology, which some have characterized as “fascist.”

“Specialists of this company are already helping Ukraine to structure the fund for the reconstruction of our state,” Zelenskyy said.

Conservative and Radio TV host Grant Stinchfield reacted to the revelations surrounding Zelensky and Blackrock in a clip posted to Twitter, saying, “So this whole Ukraine thing now has the globalists playing in Ukraine again. It’s the most corrupt nation in the world. It is the money laundering hub of the world…. Zelensky proved it.”

His post description additionally called for the nation to be audited and said that The World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, and Ukraine are all “Fleecing” America.

Numerous states which have traditionally voted Republican, among them Florida, Arizona, Missouri, and Louisiana, have taken out billions of dollars worth of assets that BlackRock controlled in response to the firm’s strong emphasis on bringing left-wing political activism into the business world.

Zelenskyy also said during his address that he had recently met with Italy’s new conservative prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, asking for her help in buffing Ukraine’s air defenses.

Bloomberg reported:

Russian forces continued offensive operations around Bakhmut and Avdiyivka in the eastern Donetsk region, while trying to improve their tactical position on the Lyman axis to the north, Ukraine’s general staff said on Facebook. According to the statement, Russian troops carried out a missile strike and launched 33 barrages with multiple-rocket systems over the past day, including targeting civilian facilities in the southern city of Kherson.

The general staff did not mention any Russian air strikes in its morning update for the second day in a row, suggesting a drop in Russian air force activity after this week’s drone attack on a base in southern Russia.

BlackRock likely stands to make a big profit after its talks with Zelenskyy conclude given the level of needed reconstruction. According to Ukrainian Deputy Minister Yevhen Yenin, approximately 700 essential facilities—ranging from gas pipelines to bridges—have been damaged since the war’s beginning.