Germany sending more anti-air missiles to Ukraine helps, but EU must do more, Zelenskiy says

Ukraine's President Zelenskiy speaks on the phone with Germany's Chancellor Scholz in Kyiv

PARIS (Reuters) - Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday said Germany's recent push to send more Patriot air defence missiles - a key need in the country's war against Russia - were helpful, but asked EU leaders to do more and stick to their commitments.

"I ask you to accelerate the implementation of our agreements with you – both on supplies and joint production of weapons and ammunition, and on financing relevant projects", Zelenskiy told EU leaders gathered in Brussels according to an EU official.

(Reporting by Andrew Gray, editing by Tassilo Hummel)