Volodymyr Zelensky applauds and Vladimir Putin continues to be sanctioned

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President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the MEP in a speech as Russian troops continued to attack Ukraine, which will undoubtedly go down in history. “We are fighting for survival (…) but we are also fighting to be equal members of Europe in rights (…) So prove that you are with us And prove that you have not abandoned us, and that you are truly European, “declared the President of Ukraine at the video conference facing European Parliamentarians.

“We are going to win, I am convinced (…) Ukraine’s European choice, this is the way we are embarking today. And today I would like to hear that Europe chose Ukraine. I think, “he launched and asked the EU to welcome Ukraine in the midst of it. “We are fighting for our rights, for our freedom, for our lives, for our survival (…) No one is going to break us. We are strong, we are Ukrainians, “he finally concluded, evoking the translator’s emotions, but also clapping and applauding throughout the half cycle.

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These are the words of Boris Johnson describing the Russian bombardment in Ukraine. At least eight people were killed and six were injured in an airstrike in a residential area in Kharkov, a major city in eastern Ukraine, on Tuesday. The British Prime Minister also ensured that Vladimir Putin was “responsible” for the war crimes committed in Ukraine.

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677.243 According to statistics from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), people have fled fierce fighting in Ukraine since Thursday.

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Westerners are still considering new sanctions to isolate Russia a little more and urge Vladimir Putin to stop the war. Therefore, London ensured that Russia’s expulsion from the UN Security Council was among the “choices” of the table. Meanwhile, the European Union has further confirmed its support for Ukraine by promising € 500 million for humanitarian aid.

Despite all this, Vladimir Putin does not seem to want to retreat, and the attack on Kyiv is now imminent by a Russian convoy over 60km at the gates of the capital. Russian troops have announced that they will attack the infrastructure of Ukrainian security agencies. In the afternoon, an attack and a threat at the Kyiv television tower killed five people. On their side, the inhabitants of the capital are bravely preparing for what they have already called the “Battle of Kyiv.”