January 30, 2023

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We will not forgive Russia for targeting Ukraine

We will not forgive Russia for targeting Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has vowed to hold Moscow accountable for the attacks on his country, and stressed that his people will not forgive Russian officials for targeting Ukraine.

Zelensky said: “We will not tolerate the destruction of houses. We will not forgive. We will not tolerate the targeting of our children and citizens. We will destroy our infrastructure.

Earlier on Sunday, Gelensky announced that Russian missile strikes had destroyed the Vinnitsa airport in central Ukraine.

“I was informed that missile strikes were carried out targeting Vinnitsa,” the Ukrainian president said in a video via a telegram processor, adding that “the airport was completely destroyed.”

Subsequently, the Russian Defense Ministry confirmed the attacks.

Surrounding photographs show Russian missiles fired at Ukraine

“The airport of the Ukrainian Armed Forces was destroyed by high-precision and long-range weapons,” said Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Ministry.

Zhelensky took note of his refusal to impose Western powers Do not fly over UkraineAnd refused to supply warplanes to Ukraine.

“Every day we say again: shut down Ukrainian airspace, close Russian missiles, Russian fighters and all these terrorists,” he added.

He continued, “We are human beings, it is your humanitarian duty to protect us. If you do not, at least if you refuse to provide any aircraft to protect us, we can only end up with one thing: you too. We will be killed slowly!”

Macron summoned the President of Ukraine

In a statement, French President Emmanuel Macron’s Office said in a statement that he had a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday about the content of his call. .

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In his call to Putin, Macron stressed his concern over the immediate attack on the Ukrainian city of Odessa and the importance of negotiating a solution to the Ukrainian crisis and securing Ukraine’s nuclear facilities.