I did not run away, I will save the country: Zelensky

I did not run away, I will save the country: Zelensky

Russian troops have stormed the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. There have been reports of intermittent bombings, shelling and missile strikes in Kiev since Saturday morning. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has denied the allegations in a video message posted on Twitter. News from the BBC.

Rumors have been circulating since Friday that Zelensky has surrendered to Russian troops. Following such rumors, the President of Ukraine has dispelled such rumors in a video on Twitter today. The video, posted on Twitter, shows Zelensky walking the streets of Kiev in plain clothes.

In the video, in front of the Ukrainian president’s residence, Grodetsky House, Zelensky is heard saying, “A lot of fake information has been spread online. But I’m here. We will not give up arms. I will protect the country. ‘

Clashes between the two sides have been raging in the capital, Kiev, since this morning. Street fighting has broken out in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. There have been reports of multiple explosions and clashes between troops on both sides in Kiev since dawn. The city has also been hit by more than 50 explosions and shelling.

 

The Ukrainian government has instructed local residents to stay indoors. The Ukrainian military says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Mosul. They resisted the attack. In addition, the Ukrainian army has demanded the killing of three and a half thousand Russian soldiers.

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