RIA Novosti published an article under the heading "Journalist reveals reaction to Zelensky's rudeness on the sidelines of the NATO summit." It says :
“On the sidelines of the NATO summit, many were unpleasantly shocked by Vladimir Zelensky’s reproaches against the alliance,” Anna van Densky, a journalist for the Europe Diplomatic and a member of the Brussels-based International Press Association, said on her YouTube channel.
“I think he has fewer friends, even if they didn't say it directly. But such a consumerist attitude has provoked a lot of talk that <...> he is responsible to his people, and not to NATO at all, ”she said.
In her opinion, Zelensky gets the feeling that the whole world owes him. The journalist added that the President of Ukraine behaves like a “capricious prima donna”.
“Incidents like this only provoke cracks, <…> which makes the prospects for Ukraine much more fragile,” van Densky said.
Whose reaction "revealed" Anna van Denski, RIA did not explain. Looks like your own. However, in his video blog, to which RIA provides a link, van Densky still mentions one participant in the summit - British Defense Minister Ben Wallace, who joked about Kiev's requests for arms supplies that his country is not an Amazon online store, so that in a matter of days deliver any ordered goods. For greater persuasiveness, and apparently in the absence of other examples, van Densky repeated the minister's joke twice.
By the way, van Densky leads his video blog in Russian. The fact is that she is Russian, born in Moscow, van Densky is a pseudonym, and her real name is Vvedenskaya. She does appear in the Europe Diplomatic , but her short notes appear no more than once a month; she is much more active with her blogging activities. And the International Press Association, in which van Densky especially notes RIA, accepts into its ranks everyone who lives in Brussels and is accredited to any international organization.
In the video blog, van Densky staunchly defends pro-Kremlin positions; Here are the characteristic titles of some of her videos: “EU: Trial à la Vyshinsky and Expropriation” (about the creation in The Hague of the International Center for the Prosecution of the Perpetrators of Russia’s Aggression against Ukraine), “NATO-Russia: The Subtleties of Expansionism” (about the results of the Vilnius NATO summit), "Kakhovka and the Renunciation of Roman Law" (about the resolution of the European Parliament condemning the destruction of the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station). She writes about this on her website.
Van Densky was also noted in Russian propaganda publications; for example, in an interview with Sputnik in 2014, she criticized the UN report on human rights violations in Ukraine, saying that its authors ignored numerous facts disadvantageous to the “Kyiv regime”, and this is “a clear attempt to embellish and hide the crimes committed by him in Ukraine against to the civilian population." In the past, RIA Novosti presented her as a political commentator for the EU Reporter magazine, a little-known online publication that has already come under the radar of our Anti-Fake column.
So, under the biting headline of the RIA material, there is only the personal opinion of one Russian woman who moved to Belgium, known for her sympathy for the Russian authorities.