Volodymyr Zelensky promises victory to Ukrainians, one year after the beginning of the Russian invasion

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February 24, 2022 – February 24, 2023. This Friday marks the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. One year later, the country of Volodymyr Zelensky seems to be holding together and the government is still in place with the support of Western allies. At a ceremony to mark this sad event, the Ukrainian president praised the courage of his compatriots who gave Ukraine its strength. He praised the courage of the fighters and the active solidarity of the international allies.

Indeed one year to the day after the Russian invasion, President Volodymyr Zelensky faithful to his war dress. He promised that Ukraine will not let it happen.
“We are strong. We are ready for anything. We will defeat everyone. Because we are Ukraine!” he said in a video posted on social networks.

*Volodymyr Zelensky promises victory*

Although tested, Ukraine is still holding on considering that the government is still in place and the Russian forces could not reach their goal according to analysts. A great pride for the former comedian who leads the country with blue and yellow colors.

“We have endured. We have not been defeated. And we will do everything to win this year,” says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an address to the Nation.
“Ukraine has surprised the world. Ukraine has inspired the world. Ukraine has united the world. There are thousands of words to prove it, but a few will suffice,” the Ukrainian president swings.

In a series of messages published this Friday morning on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Russian invasion, the Ukrainian president who relies on international support promises victory to his people.

”On February 24, millions of us made a choice. Not a white flag, but the blue and yellow. Not to run away, but to face up. Resist and fight. It was a year of pain, sorrow, faith and unity. And, this year, we have remained invincible. We know that 2023 will be the year of our victory!” reads a tweet from the Ukrainian leader.
Ukraine resists, UN calls for military de-escalation

As the country enters a second year of this conflict with multiple consequences for Ukraine and the rest of the world, the compatriots of Volodymyr Zelensky seem united and determined to continue to fight and thousands of dollars continue to be disbursed by Western powers to help the country face the fury of Vladimir Putin.
Meanwhile it must be said that yesterday, Thursday, the day before the anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the UN General Assembly voted in favor of a resolution again calling for an “immediate withdrawal” of Russian troops and reaffirming the commitment to the territorial integrity of Ukraine. In total, 141 countries voted in favor, seven against and 32 abstained.

With Euronews

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