Zelensky: Russia’s full-scale defeat will be reliable guarantee against new aggressions
“Russia must lose on the battlefield, in the economy, in international relations, and in its attempts to replace the historical truth with some imperial myths. The Kremlin is losing in its efforts to spiritually enslave our people. The full-scale defeat of Russia will be a reliable guarantee against new aggressions and crises,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said in his latest address.
He noted that the government had made several important decisions during the week, in particular, a decision that steps up drone manufacturing. In general, this year at least UAH 20 billion will be allocated to purchase drones for the Ukraine troops. “And it is not the limit,” the President said.
“There are also new decisions regarding reconstruction. The range of needs is vast. Wherever I was on working visits this week, requests require significant resources. We will find these resources. Kherson region, Kharkiv region, Donetsk region, and every other region affected by hostilities will return to normal life,” Zelensky noted.
The Head of State also mentioned cooperation with the International Criminal Court. An agreement to open the International Criminal Court country office was signed this week.
As noted, Ukraine is doing everything possible both at domestic and international levels to hold Russian war criminals to account for every attack on Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.
“Of course, I thank each of our soldiers, everyone, who is currently in battle, everyone who defends our positions, defends our border, for the fact that Ukraine is going strong this week as well. From Bakhmut to Kherson region, from Avdiyivka to Kharkiv region... Thank you to everyone who fights the enemy, who rescues our soldiers after being wounded, who trains our soldiers, and who supplies everything necessary for Ukrainian defense! When every day gives our state a result, every such day makes the war shorter and our victory closer,” the President said.
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