Ukraine will ‘prevail’ Russia with global support, says Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has made it clear that he believes his country will prevail in the ongoing conflict with Russia. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already gone through 100 days, and a large number of territories are currently under the control of the Russian army. However, in a video address at the Shangri-La Dialogue security summit in Singapore, Zelensky said Ukraine would continue to resist Russian forces and insisted that “the future rules of this world” will depend on this. war.

“We will definitely prevail in this war that Russia has started. It is on the battlefields in Ukraine that the future rules of this world are decided,” Zelensky said during his speech.

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Zelensky also urged the international force to pressure Russia to end the naval blockade of Ukrainian Black Sea ports. The blockage led to the wastage of a huge amount of food grain and the disruption of the supply chain caused significant damage to economies around the world.

“If, because of the Russian blockades, we are unable to export our foodstuffs, which are so badly lacking in world markets, the world will face an acute and serious food crisis and famine – famine in many countries in Asia and Africa,” Zelensky said. addressed to the participating nations.

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Earlier, the UK Ministry of Defense said Sievierodonetsk saw “intense street-to-street fighting” as Russian forces demanded they hand over control. The Luhansk region, where the city is located, is already under Russian control along with parts of the neighboring Donetsk region.


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