President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine said that “no one can forecast how long this conflict will endure” despite the fact that the Ukrainian people are doing all in their power to expel the Russians.
During his nightly video address to the country, the president shared the following message: “This will rely, sadly not just on our people, who are already sacrificing their utmost.” “This will rely on our allies, on the nations of Europe, and on the rest of the free world as a whole.”
He expressed his gratitude to everyone who is trying to raise the sanctions that are being placed on Russia as well as the amount of military and financial assistance that is being provided to Ukraine. “This is the only strategy that can ensure the safety of your independence in the face of the Russian invasion. In addition, this is not only an expenditure for the western nations. This has nothing to do with bookkeeping; it’s about the future.”
According to Zelenskyy, Ukraine shot down the 200th Russian aircraft of the conflict on Friday. He also mentioned the significant losses that Russia has sustained in the form of tanks, armoured vehicles, helicopters, and drones.
To achieve what exactly? So that the monument of Lenin might remain up for a little while longer in Genichesk, which is now under temporary occupation There is no other possible outcome for Russia, nor can there be.
The Lenin monument at Genichesk, which is located in the southern part of the Kherson area, was repaired by Russian soldiers in April.
According to Zelenskyy, the Ukraine was reportedly participating in “extremely arduous discussions” in an effort to attempt to rescue the injured fighters who were besieged within the Mariupol steelworks. “We are talking about a really significant number of individuals here. Of course, we are doing all in our power to evacuate the remainder of our defenders, which includes each one of them. We have previously consulted with every person in the world who has the potential to be the most important mediators.
According to Zelenskyy, Ukrainian soldiers have reclaimed towns and villages that were previously held by Russian troops. He said that efforts were being made to restore social services, including power, flowing water, telephone connections, and running toilets.