Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky say dream Russia to master Ukraine and maybe other European countries will not come true.
Zelensky made this statement during a virtual speech at an event marking the 77th anniversary of Denmark’s liberation from Germany during World War II on Wednesday (4/5). During the event, hundreds of people gathered in City Hall Square, Copenhagen.
“The Russian state is not ready to stop the war. They dream of seizing Ukraine and other European countries. They still dream that European freedom will be lost,” Zelensky was quoted as saying. CNN.
He then continued, “Their (Russian) dream will not come true. The dream of peace will come true, as happened 77 years ago.”
In his speech, Zelensky also warned that the Russian invasion might extend to other European countries.
“Now in Ukraine the future of our continent is decided. Not only us, but our neighbors will have peace,” he said.
Zelensky admitted that he could not predict when the war in Ukraine would end. Some say the war will last until the end of 2023. However, although it is not certain, he believes that the day of liberation is in sight.
“No one knows how many more days this war will last. But I believe the day of our liberation is near,” he stressed.
Zelensky also thanked Ukrainian supporters in Denmark. Not to forget, he asked them to remember the children who had died in the eastern European country.
“Please remember the Ukrainian children, the 220 children whose lives were taken by this war. Please remember that Europe is able to end this extension,” he said again.
Ukraine is still under Russian attack after they launched their invasion on February 24. The days after that, explosions and fighting continued.
Recently, Russia is intensifying attacks in eastern Ukraine. They are even said to be attacking their neighboring country on a large scale before May 9.
On that same date, Russian President Vladimir Putin is reported to be officially declaring war. This is likely to see the Kremlin deploy its full force including reservists and conscripts.
May 9 is Russian Victory Day to commemorate their success against Germany during World War II.