Volodymyr Zelenskyy delights Ukrainians with a message: We made a progress

"Thank you to all the warriors for that. Ukrainian heroism determines how this war will end."

by Sead Dedovic
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Volodymyr Zelenskyy delights Ukrainians with a message: We made a progress
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The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in his new address to the nation, made a number of references to the general results of the Ukrainian counteroffensive. There has been progress made in the direction of the east, but the Ukrainian army has also made progress in the direction of the south, as explained by the Ukrainian leader.

"The offensive is taking place in the direction of Bakhmut. Kupyansk, Liman, Avdiivka and Marinka - we hold positions there. Thank you to all the warriors for that. Ukrainian heroism determines how this war will end. Everyone should remember this," Zelenskyy said.

Krivij Rih He also discussed the shelling of Krivij Rih as part of his address that he delivered at night. "One person was killed and 60 were injured. I would like to thank everyone who helped save people. Thank you to every Ukrainian doctor, nurse and all medics who save the lives of our people and restore strength to Ukrainians.

It's a really big job," Zelenskyy said. At the moment, it appears that Ukrainians are doing great things and making huge progress on all fronts at the same time. There is a great deal of panic in the Russian government, and the question lies in the fact as to how long they will be able to resist such attacks.

Neither Vladimir Putin nor his advisers at the time had expected such an outcome of the war. It is also true that Europe's help to Ukraine has been crucial to the whole story, but it was hard to believe that Ukraine would not receive the necessary support from Europe at all.

The current events in Ukraine can be viewed as a cause for happiness by Ukrainians. There may be a lot more to come in the coming days. Ukrainians must remain hopeful and resilient in the face of this conflict. Europe must continue to provide support and assistance to Ukraine, and the international community must continue to condemn Russia's actions.

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