By Chris King •
Published: 29 Sep 2022 • 21:56
Image of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy.
Credit: Ukraine Government
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in a video posted on his telegram channel today, Thursday, September 29, claimed that he knew exactly how to respond to Russia’s referendums. He has called a special meeting of the NSDC for tomorrow, Friday 30, in which they will discuss Putin’s actions.
“Russia will not get new territory of Ukraine”, stressed Zelenskyy. “Russia will join itself to the disaster it brought to the occupied territory of our country. The price of one person in Russia wanting to continue this war will be that the entire Russian society will be left without a normal economy, without a decent life and without respect for any human values”.
He continued: “It can still be stopped. But to stop it, we will have to stop the one person in Russia who wants war more than life. Your lives, Russian citizens. Tomorrow is another day of our struggle, another day on the road to victory”.
“Will it be special for us? This day will be another step that will bring us closer to security and peace. To the restoration of our territorial integrity. Because millions of Ukrainians are fighting and working for this”, the President added.
“Tomorrow, a special meeting of the NSDC will be held, which I have convened. There will be decisions.
We know how to respond to any Russian actions”, he concluded.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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