Zelensky Handing Over Ukraine To Russia | We Have Already Given Up Many Lives
Zelensky Handing Over Ukraine To Russia. And the Ukrainian President spoke about the current situation in the country Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that he will not give away any part of the country to invading Russian forces. Zelensky made the comments during an interview with CBS News. Follow us for more updates at WWW.TODAYLEAKED.COM
“Overall, I am not ready to give away any part of our country. I think we have already given up a lot of lives, so we need to stay firm for as long as we can. But, this is life, different things happen,” he said in the interview.
When pressed if giving up the country is negotiable when it comes to peace, Zelensky said the issue will definitely be raised in the course of negotiation. “We understand the Russian side, we understand that one of their provisions that are always talked about is to recognize Crimea as Russian territory. I will definitely not recognize that. And they would really like to take the southern parts of our country,” said the Ukrainian President, as reported by the BBC.
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“I clearly understand that questions like this one and raised in negotiations if there are any. But we were not ready to give up our territory from the beginning. Had we been willing to give up our territory, there would have been no war,” he added.
Russia launched the invasion of Ukraine on February 24 and since then has destroyed many Ukrainian cities. While the Russian forces are now regrouping to launch a fresh assault in new areas. The destruction in Borodyanka and Bucha has shaken the world.
Meanwhile, the battle for Mariupol was reaching a decisive phase, with Ukrainian marines. And holed up in the Azovstal industrial district, news agency Reuters reported. If Azovstal falls, Russia would be in full control of Mariupol. The lynchpin between Russian-held areas to the west and east.
The city has already been laid waste by weeks of Russian bombardments that have killed possibly thousands of civilians.