“More wars on the horizon”: Zelensky warns of Kremlin's “madness”.

“More Wars on the Horizon”
Zelensky warns of Kremlin's “madness”.

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Ukraine has been defending itself against Russian aggression for nearly two years. Given the danger posed by the Kremlin, Volodymyr Zelensky appeals to international partners to stand together against Russia. Otherwise, there will be a risk of further war in the future, the President of Ukraine has warned.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused the Russian leadership of “madness” and warned of new wars in the world. “Due to the madness of the Russian leadership, all the countries of the world are now facing uncertain and uncertain times,” Zelensky said in his evening video message in Kiev.

“It is becoming increasingly clear to the world that more wars may be on the horizon,” the president wrote in an online forum. “We have the strength to maintain normal life,” he said. The world can do this. “Force must be used now to stop Russia.”

Ukraine relies on weapons and ammunition from the West for its security. Zelensky thanked international allies for their help. The most important goal is to equip the country with everything necessary to expel the Russian invaders.

The head of state also paid special tribute to defenders for their struggle for Ukraine; Zelensky once again honored the country's “heroes” by handing over title deeds to the apartments. In ceremonies held at the President's office, deserving soldiers or members of the security forces or surviving relatives of fallen soldiers with heroic status receive flats from the government as a token of gratitude.

Ukraine has been defending itself against a Russian war of aggression for nearly two years with financial and military aid from Western allies. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an attack on the neighboring country on February 24, 2022. Parts of the Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia are occupied by Russian troops.

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