The head of state emphasized that Russia is waiting for both military and political, and legal responses for the aggression.
Russia will receive answers for its missile strikes in Ukraine: both military and political, and legal. This was announced by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in his evening video message, published on Wednesday, March 22 on his Telegram channel, commenting on his train work in the Donetsk region.
He mentioned that he started his journey from the front, from the region of Bakhmut.
“It is an honor for me to support our soldiers who defend the state in the most difficult conditions at the front line. I presented state awards, thanked our soldiers for their courage, for their stability, for Ukraine, which we protect thanks to such heroes, thanks to everyone who fights the evil of Russia,” he said.
The President added that the terrorist state “cannot be stopped by anything except one thing – our victory.”
“And we will provide it,” assured the President.
According to him, everything will be done so that the blue-yellow colors continue their liberation movement, so that they can restore normal life throughout the land of Ukraine.
“We will definitely respond to the occupier for every strike on our cities… Today’s Russian strikes in Zaporozhye, the night attack in the Kiev region… All Russian strikes will receive the same military and political, and legal response. Russia is losing this war. the world of a subject that cannot be felt today,” concluded Zelensky.
As you know, on Wednesday, March 22, Russian troops launched another attack, firing 21 UAVs in Ukraine. Air defense forces destroyed 16 of them. The capital was attacked by eight Shahed-type drones, all of them were shot down.
Zelensky called the attack by the Russian Federation a “night of terror”
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