Zelensky: World once again saw the true face of a terrorist state

Zelensky: World once again saw the true face of a terrorist state

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he is convinced that after Russia's massive missile attack on Ukrainian cities, the whole world has once again seen the true face of a terrorist state that covers its criminal essence with talks about peace.

He said this in a statement on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"Today, the whole world once again saw the true face of a terrorist state that is killing our people. Not only on the battlefield, but also in peaceful cities. A country that only covers its true bloody and criminal essence and goal with talks about peace. And to all offers of real peace it responds with missile strikes," Zelensky said.

He added that all this only proves that the liberation of all Ukrainian lands is the only foundation of peace and security for all Ukrainians.

The head of state also published photos of the consequences of Russian missile strikes in Kyiv.

Russian troops launched missile strikes on Ukrainian cities on the morning of October 10. A total of 83 missiles were fired across Ukraine.

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