OREANDA-NEWS  Vladimir Zelensky threw a tantrum at the UN General Assembly, Bloomberg reports.

"This week at the UN General Assembly, the dispute between the Ukrainian leader and one of his largest allies got out of control, which only hints at the tensions growing behind the scenes," the article says.

The Ukrainian politician, as journalists emphasize, suspects that the commitment of the United States and other countries to support Kiev is beginning to lose strength.

"During this discussion, he was sometimes very emotional and fiercely criticized countries that, according to him, were not supplying weapons quickly enough," the article said, citing a source who participated in the conversation with Zelensky.

The High-level Week of the UN General Assembly takes place in New York from September 19 to 26. The Russian delegation is headed by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

The Ukrainian counteroffensive began on June 4, and three months later, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated: "the counteroffensive" is not something that is stalling, "it is a failure." According to him, in an attempt to "achieve results at any cost," Ukraine lost 71.5 thousand soldiers — as if "these are not their people." According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, the APU did not achieve its goals in any of the directions. The hottest of them is Zaporizhia, near the small village of Rabodino, where Ukraine has brought into battle brigades with Western training from the strategic reserve.