October 7, 2022

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Zhelensky opposes the Russian bombing: “I am staying in Kiev. In my office. I’m not hiding, I’m not afraid of anyone. “

As shown in the video posted on the Telegram social network, Volodymyr Zhelensky is still in Kiev.

President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zhelensky today released a video showing his opposition to the Russian invasion from his office in Kiev via telegram.

“I stay in Kiev. In my office. I do not hide, I do not fear anyone.”The leader of Ukraine promises Accuses the Russian military of failing to evacuate civilians Through humanitarian routes, to be established after negotiations.

“There was an agreement on humanitarian routes. Did it work? In their place were Russian tanks, Russian grads [lanzacohetes rusos]Russian mines “Zhelensky said.

President of Ukraine Russian forces have accused the government of “undermining the agreed path to bring food and medicine.” “Destroying buses” to evacuate civilians from the besieged city of Mariupol and war zones in southern Ukraine.

He assured the Ukrainian people: “There will be no trace of the enemy.”

“For a few dozen people, they make sure to open a small sidewalk to the occupied territory, not directly to TV cameras, not to campaigners, not to Russia.Zhelensky added, accusing Moscow of “cynicism.”

“Today they bombed a bakery in Makaro. They destroyed another church in the Zhytomyr area. They also destroyed buses taking people out. Who do you have to be to do this? These are not human beings. “He said in the video.

He assured the Ukrainian people: “There will be no trace of the enemy. We will rebuild our cities. They are better than any city in Russia.

“Every Ukrainian man and woman who goes to expel the invaders in their city is a hero!” Said the President of Ukraine.

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Meanwhile, Kiev continued to be besieged.

Reporter of Infobe In Ukraine, Joaquin Sanchez MarinoHeavy shelling was reported in Kiev early Tuesday morning.

Service members of pro-Russian troops in uniforms without a seal on the back of a truck in the separatist-held village of Bogos during the Ukraine-Russia conflict on March 6, 2019 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine.  2022 (REUTERS / Alexander Ermochener)
Service members of pro-Russian troops in uniforms without a seal on the back of a truck in the separatist-held village of Bogos during the Ukraine-Russia conflict on March 6, 2019 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. 2022 (REUTERS / Alexander Ermochener)

Heavy shelling night again in Kiev. When will they enter the unknown place that comes with us every night. The neighborhood is getting more and more dangerous guysMarino wrote on his Twitter account.

Russia has sent to Ukraine all troops concentrated on the border between the two countries in recent months.The Pentagon said on Monday it had sent 500 additional troops to Europe to strengthen NATO’s security on its side.

The U.S. Defense Department says Moscow is now looking to “add” foreign fighters, including Syrians, in the face of intensifying Russian operations.

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters in Washington Russian forces “have not made any significant progress in recent days.” Except for the developments in southern Ukraine.

Zhelensky said the Russians were preparing to attack OdessaA strategic port city on the shores of the Black Sea.

“We believe the Russians want to capture Odessa,” a Pentagon official said, adding that he did not rule out a possible waterfall attack with the support of ground forces. But a Pentagon official added that there was “no possible movement” on this front for the United States at this time.

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