Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky appeared on his cell phone in front of his office in Kiev and addressed his people, saying, “We will not lay down our arms, we will defend our land.”
“I’m here,” the Ukrainian president said, confirming he would be in Kiev, in a video clip in front of his office in the capital, which aired on Facebook.
According to Al Arabiya.net, he emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
The Washington Post quoted US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) reports of Russian snipers in Kiev prior to the Russian military operation in Ukraine.
The “Washington Post” reports that US officials have offered to oust Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky so that he will not be captured.
The source added that the Ukrainian president had rejected a US proposal to expel him from Kiev.
On Friday night, the Ukrainian president warned that Russian forces would try to capture Kiev, where heavy fighting is raging.
“I turn to our guards, men and women on all fronts: tonight the enemy will use all his forces to crush our defense in the most despicable, cruel and inhumane way. Tonight they will try to take it.”
The Ukrainian president announced that he had spoken during the day with several senior Western leaders, including US Presidents Joe Biden, French Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholes.
“We agreed to provide more assistance, more support and more support to our country,” he said.
“Our main goal is to end this massacre,” Zhelensky insisted.
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– Volodymyr Kelensky (ZelenskyyUa) February 26, 2022
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