March 30, 2023

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Volodymyr Zelensky promised that 2023 would be the year Ukraine triumphed over Russian aggression.

“This is a year of pain, sadness, hope and unity,” Zelensky’s message to the Ukrainian people.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr ZelenskyHe pledged this Friday to ensure his country’s victory against Russian aggression in 2023, the first anniversary of Vladimir Putin’s aggression against Ukraine, which he described as “The longest day of our lives”.

Zelensky congratulated Ukrainians for their resistance to the biggest and deadliest war in Europe since World War II and assured them that they had proved what he called invincible.A year of pain, sadness, hope and unity

“Our faith has been strengthened. Our morale is strengthened. We endured the first day of a full-scale war. We didn’t know what tomorrow would bring, but we felt sure:Every day is worth fighting for!” Zelensky said.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky waves a flag over a soldier during a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of his country in Kiev

“Everyone saw the true nature of our enemy. Bombing of the Maternity Hospital, Mariupol Theater, Mykolayiv Regional State Administration, Kharkiv Svobody Square, Kramatorsk Railway Station. We saw Bucha, Irbin, Borodianka. The whole world realized what the Russian world really meant. What Russia is capable of”, confirmed the President of Ukraine.

He also insisted that on February 24 – the date his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, ordered the invasion of Ukraine – “millions” of Ukrainians “made a choice” by defending the blue and yellow flag.

He also insisted that on February 24 – the date his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, ordered the invasion of Ukraine – “millions” of Ukrainians “made a choice” by defending the blue and yellow flag. (AP)
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“We are not running, but we are facing each other. Fighting backThe President of Ukraine insisted.

Zelensky promised “Every Ukrainian lost a loved one” from invasion and it Ukraine will not stop until the Russians are “punished”.

“We will never forgive him. We will not rest until the Russian murderers are punished.. By the international court, by the judgment of God or by our soldiers,” he added.

Zelensky added that the cities of Bucha and Irbin. Gerson and Mariupol, among others, are Ukrainian “invincible capitals” that have been the scene of alleged atrocities by Russians or symbols of occupation or resistance by the Ukrainian military.

“Hero cities. Invincible capitals,” he said in a speech marking the first anniversary of the Russian invasion.

Since the start of the Russian invasion, Ukraine has “inspired” and “united” the world, he added.

Ukraine surprised the world. Ukraine inspired the world. Ukraine brought the world together. There are a thousand words to prove it.”He insisted.

Zelensky published this news through his profile on his social networks, with a video containing images of war victims, wounded and displaced, the struggle of Ukrainian military personnel or many demonstrations in various cities of the world in support. of Kiev.

A message broadcast by the President of Ukraine through his social networks.

This Friday marks twelve months since the Kremlin began what it calls “special military action.” Months marked by bloody battles at the frontFor the military, economic and humanitarian assistance of the international community and the addition of economic sanctions against Russian authorities.

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Additionally, to mark the anniversary, the United Nations General Assembly approved with 141 votes in favor of a landmark resolution presented by Ukraine condemning the Russian invasion.

(With information from Europa Press and AFP)

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