After 600 days of war, Volodymyr Zelenskyy still believes in victory!

Reflecting on the events thus far, Zelenskyy stressed the importance of maintaining unity among Ukrainians

by Sead Dedovic
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After 600 days of war, Volodymyr Zelenskyy still believes in victory!
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President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, addressed the ongoing conflict with Russia on the occasion of the 600-day war and emphasized Ukraine's commitment to its freedom. Reflecting on the events thus far, Zelensky stressed the importance of maintaining unity among Ukrainians.

He stated that freedom is achieved through determination and unity, and that the goal is to utilize time effectively while preserving unity. Although few expected that the war could last so long, it seems that a difficult future awaits Ukraine.

Zelenskyy and his army manage to resist the Russians and their attacks, and it can be said that they have already exceeded expectations so far. Of course, the support of Europe and the world is crucial in this war. Without them, it would be difficult for Ukraine to stand up to such a great force.

Zelenskyy has expressed his gratitude many times so far to all those who tirelessly support Ukraine in the most difficult moments in its history.

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He emphasized the need for daily efforts to counter the occupier and ensure that the future of Ukraine remains in the hands of Ukrainians.

Zelensky expressed gratitude to all those who fight and work for Ukraine's freedom, while also honoring the memory of those who sacrificed their lives for the preservation of their people. He concluded with confidence, stating that victory is certain.

It is incredible with how much passion and love this Ukrainian president speaks and he really wants his people to survive and show that love for Ukraine is stronger than anything. Regarding military losses, both the Russian and Ukrainian sides have many casualties.

Vladimir Putin already mobilized a large number of soldiers in the middle of this year. According to information reported by the media around the world, over 100,000 Russian soldiers suffer from PTSD. This is a terrible statistic and speaks volumes about the danger of war and its consequences.

There are many more negative aspects of this conflict. It is to be hoped that things could be resolved in the future, although there is less and less optimism for that.

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