Russia-Ukraine war: They said “I am here. We are not keeping weapons. We will defend our country, because our weapons are the truth.”
Russia-Ukraine war: In a new video posted on Twitter on Saturday morning, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denied any reports of arms being given to Ukraine in a post titled “Do not believe lies.”
“I am here. We are not keeping weapons. We will defend our country, because our weapons are true and our truth is that it is our country, our country, our children and we are in it,” he said in the video. Gone, “That’s all. That’s what I wanted to tell you. Long live Ukraine! “
In another tweet this morning, he said he had just spoken with French President Emmanuel Macron. “Weapons and equipment from our allies are going to Ukraine. The anti-war coalition is working,” he wrote.
Also last night, the president released a video of his key allies taking to the streets. The prime minister, his advisers and other officials were also present in the video with Zelensky.
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This video was posted from the Twitter account of the Defense of Ukraine. In the video, the president says, “The party leader is here. The head of the president’s office is here. The prime minister is here. The president’s advisers and the president are also here. We are all here. We are defending our independence. Our state.
Zelensky has received support from several Western leaders for his determination to oppose Putin’s attack, and EU chief Charles Michel has embedded a video of the Ukrainian leader in a tweet.