Zelensky: “Even the occupiers admit we will win”
The president of Ukraine, Volodímir Zelenski, is confident in the victory of his troops after five months of conflict.
After five months of Russian attacks, Ukraine will continue to do everything possible to harm the enemy as much as possible, President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday during his traditional daily televised speech.
Zelensky remains steadfast against Russia
“Even the occupiers admit we will win,” Zelensky said. “We hear it in their conversations all the time. In what they are telling their relatives when they call them.”
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As the president gave a nod to the upcoming day of Ukrainian statehood, a new annual holiday that he announced in August last year, and that takes place on 28 July, he continued his defiance of the Putin led aggressors.
“We do everything to inflict the highest possible damage on the enemy and to gather for Ukraine as much support as possible.”
“But we will celebrate against all odds. Because Ukrainians won’t be cowed.”