The Ukrainian comedian who has become president has deceived his fellow world leaders with a hilarious spoof video that depicts what their WhatsApp group might look like.
Volodymyr Zelensky, who once played an unfortunate president on TV, but was elected to the real presidency in April, set the spotlight for guests at a summit in Yalta earlier this month.
The video takes pleasure in a number of global problems, including the annexation of Crimea by Russia and the nuclear ambitions of North Korea, which gave rise to a stir of the crowd.
It was shared by Indian police officer Rema Rajeshwari, who had friends at the conference in Ukraine.
Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky (photo) once played an unfortunate president on TV, but was elected to the real presidency in April
At the start of the imaginary WhatsApp chat, entitled World Leaders Group, Zelensky introduces himself to his colleagues and is greeted in different languages.
Britain's initial reaction is incomprehensible, giving rise to bewilderment from its European allies – perhaps an allusion to Brexit.
Prince Harry, who finally says that Grandmother (ie the queen) wanted me to write that she is very happy to see everyone.
America, Russia and China then argue about who the & # 39; group manager & # 39; – before Beijing and Moscow are summarily removed.
Washington says it wants to invest in Ukraine, at which point Zelensky & # 39; s predecessor, confectionery magnate Petro Poroshenko, takes the lead: & # 39; Better invest in chocolate production & # 39 ;.
Ukraine proposes & # 39; the credit issue & # 39; to be discussed, after which the International Monetary Fund leaves the group.
North Korea joins the group, to the surprise of Ukraine, which congratulates the hermit kingdom with its new internet access.
The Ukrainian comedian who became president gave this hilarious presentation at a conference in Yalta last month, mocking the WhatsApp group treasure of a world leader
Britain's first reaction calls for the astonishment of his allies – perhaps an allusion to Brexit – before & # 39; Prince Harry & # 39; record a message from the queen
Pyongyang, however, admits that it actually ran to South Korea for five minutes & # 39; to get a connection.
When South Korea shows up with an emoji, the North takes revenge with three rocket stickers, symbolizing the secret rocket production.
The US replies: & # 39; Great stickers but you don't have to send them to me. & # 39;
America then mysteriously writes the message: & # 39; You are so & # 39; n beautiful lady & # 39; but hastily removes it and says it was sent to the wrong chat.
Asked about & # 39; the annexation problem & # 39; what the disputed annexation of Russia from Crimea in 2014 means, Moscow replies: & # 39; What do you think if we annex half of Britain? & # 39; .
France, Germany and America promise sanctions, leading Russia to say: & # 39; So no one has anything against it & # 39 ;.
That is a reference to the inactivity of the West over the crisis in Ukraine and the limited effectiveness of sanctions against Moscow.
The discussion is then about Donald Trump's plans to buy Greenland from Denmark.
The Danes say it & # 39; not for sale & # 39; is, at which point China suggests: & # 39; We can make a copy and sell it to you 10 times cheaper? & # 39 ;.
North Korea's entry into the group raises surprise at its internet access – but the hermit country admits it had gone to the South to get a connection
Global powers are bickering about who the & # 39; administrator & # 39; of the group – a dispute that Washington apparently wins after Russia and China are removed from the chat
The chat takes pleasure in the controversial annexation of Russia from Ukraine in 2014 with Western powers accused of a lukewarm response
Washington also claims that & # 39; Russian hackers cracked my account & # 39; but an account labeled & # 39; Russian Hackers & # 39; denies this.
Ukraine then suggests that everyone send a selfie, calling on images of Zelensky, Trump and Emmanuel Macron to appear in the chat.
Belarus is struggling with the task and can only give a zoomed-in picture of the characteristic mustache of the strong man Alexander Loekashenko.
In another ongoing joke, Finland has a great deal of chat & # 39; types & # 39; and after a few minutes he finally knows & # 39; Hello & # 39; typing – apparently a reference to what is seen as a complex language.
Rajeshwari, who shared the video, said that Zelensky & # 39; had given a formal presentation in the morning and then provided the comic video during dinner that night.
It was also shared by journalist Christopher Miller who was at the conference earlier this month.
The video was apparently compiled by Studio Kvartal-95, the production company where Zelensky worked as a comedian.
He was elected president in April and beat previous incumbent Poroshenko in the second round.
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