Kyiv: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia will have to pay for the invasion of Ukraine. Amid the Russian Invasion, Ukrainian cities are witnessing massive missile and rocket attacks.
Zelensky has stated that after the war, he will rebuild Ukraine. He also indicated that a resistance phase would be coming, if Russian forces take hold of complete Ukraine. “We have nothing to lose but our own freedom,” Zelenskiy said, adding Ukraine was receiving daily arms supplies from its international allies.
In a video statement, the President is heard saying, “We will restore every house, every street, every city and we say to Russia: learn the word of reparations and contributions. You will reimburse us for everything you did against our state, against every Ukrainian in full.”
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the Western Politicians for fixating on nuclear war, a week after the Russia’s invasion on Ukraine. In an interview with Russian and foreign media, he said that World War Three can be nuclear.
Speaking with the Agence France Presse he said, “It is clear that World War Three can only be nuclear. “He says that the idea of nuclear war is spinning constantly, and is not in the heads of Russians. He said, “I would like to point out that it’s in the heads of Western politicians that the idea of a nuclear war is spinning constantly, and not in the heads of Russians.”
He further added, “Therefore I assure you that we will not allow any provocations to throw us off balance.”
Russian forces have taken over the Black Sea port of Kherson in southern Ukraine. They have also captured strategic port city of Mariupol, which is without water or electricity.
UN’s refugee agency says more that one million people have fled Ukraine since Russia started attacking.
For civilians to leave the most battered Ukrainian cities including Kyiv, Kharkiv and Mariupol, Russia’s Defence Ministry has announced, “humanitarian corridors.”
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