Russia has lost its own future - Zelensky

Russia has lost its own future - Zelensky

Russia has lost the battle not only for Kharkiv, Kyiv and northern Ukraine, but it has already lost its future and all cultural ties with the world.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his video address, Ukrinform reports.

"Today I visited Kharkiv -- both the city itself and the frontline positions of our military in the region. Kharkiv suffered terrible strikes from the occupiers. The windows of black, burnt-out, half-ruined apartment buildings of the city face the east and north -- from where Russian artillery was firing, from where Russian combat aircraft arrived. They face Russia, and in them now, like in a mirror, the Russian state can see itself. It can see how much it has lost over these 95 days of the full-scale war against Ukraine," Zelensky said.

According to him, Russia has already lost not only the battle for Kharkiv, the battle for Kyiv and northern Ukraine, but it has lost its own future and any cultural ties with the world. "They all burned down, including there, in Saltivka," Zelensky said.

Zelensky on Sunday chaired a working meeting on the situation in the Kharkiv region and the city of Kharkiv.

Photo: President's Office

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