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Russia Ukraine War: ‘We are not laying down arms’, Ukraine’s President Zelensky said after talks with Macron – this is what I am

Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba said about this, I demand from the world, completely isolate Russia, expel ambassadors, impose oil embargoes, destroy its economy. Stop Russian war criminals.

Russia Ukraine War: 'We are not laying down arms', Ukraine's President Zelensky said after talks with Macron - this is what I am

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (Volodymyr Zelensky) had shared a self-shot video of him asking people not to believe in fake news. (Ukraine Russia war) was requested. He has released a fresh 40-second video and has assured him that he is still in Kiev and fighting. In a post titled “Don’t believe the fakes”, he (Ukraine) Denied any report of laying down of arms.

Ukraine (Ukraine) Foreign Minister of Dimitro Kuleba (Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba) shared a photo of a partially destroyed residential apartment in Kiev on Saturday, saying it was hit by a Russian missile at night. Foreign Minister Dimitro Kuleba further said, I demand from the world, completely isolate Russia, expel ambassadors, impose oil embargoes, destroy its economy. Stop Russian war criminals. Ukraine minister tweeted.

Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the missile hit a high-rise building near Zhulyani airport on the south-west outskirts of Kiev. However, no casualty has been reported. Fighting with the US-led West has hit the streets of the Ukrainian capital as the country looks for more ammunition to wage a forced war. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron warned that the world must be prepared for a protracted war. If I can tell you one thing this morning, this war will go on, this crisis will go on, this war will go on and all the troubles that come with it will have permanent consequences.

US government request turned down

Earlier it was reported that Zelensky had turned down a request by the US government to expel Kiev. A senior US intelligence official said he said he did not need a ride and demanded ammunition to fight back. The Ukrainian president has been releasing videos from time to time addressing his citizens, asking them to To be assured that he is not leaving his country. Simultaneously, Zelensky’s press secretary Sergei Nikiforov said on Saturday that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has accepted Russian President Vladimir Putin’s proposal and is ready for talks on peace and ceasefire. He wrote on his Facebook account, ‘I must deny the allegations that we have refused to talk. Ukraine has always been ready for talks on peace and a ceasefire. This is our permanent position. We have accepted the proposal of the Russian President.