Direct Announcements: Russia Occupies Ukraine

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky. (Office of the President of Ukraine)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky addressed his nation on Sunday, calling the Ukrainians “brave people of the best country in the world.”

“We are coming to the end of another week,” Zhelensky said in his speech, which he usually gave during the attack on Russia’s country. “Our struggle for independence is for the state. Despite all Russia’s attempts to destroy us, Ukraine is still alive for a week. We are fighting. We are defending. We are repelling the attacks.”

Zhelensky said the nation was doing all it could to win the war, and accused the Russian leadership of “lying” in its attempts to shift the blame from them.

“When cowardice grows, everything becomes catastrophic,” he continued. “When people do not have the courage to realize their mistakes and apologize, to conform to reality, to see them become monsters.”

The Ukrainian president said that the killings in Pucha, the missile attack on the railway station in Gramatorsk, and “the accusation of Ukraine of the actions of Russian troops, including every destroyed city and burnt village, acted as occupiers and Russia lost touch with reality.” ”

“They have destroyed the lives of millions. They have started a full-scale war, and we are acting as if we are responsible for it,” Zhelensky continued.

He said Russia, fearing defeat, would launch more full-scale war operations in eastern Ukraine.

“But we are ready,” the president said, adding that Ukraine would ensure it had enough weapons and would demand strong sanctions against Russia so that justice could be served.

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A few minutes before his speech, Zhelensky said that he had honored “18 security guards of Ukraine” – including Ukrainian Armed Forces, Special Liaison Service and police officers. He thanked the journalists for sharing the truth about what is happening in the country.

“Truth will win, Ukraine will win,” Zhelensky said. “This is for sure. Glory to Ukraine.”

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