“Ukraine cannot fulfill the final warning. We can not do it physically. How can this be done? They must remove all of us, and then their final warning will come automatically, ”Volodymyr Zhelensky told the European media.
Volodymyr Zhelensky gave an example: “Give us Kharkiv, give us Mariupol, hand over Kiev. Not even the people of Kharkiv, Mariupol or Kiev can do that.
The Ukrainian head of state stressed that people should not surrender when Russian forces enter cities already occupied by the Russians, such as Melidopol or Berdyansk.
“[Os russos] Raise the flag, people drop it. They kill a man, yes, people hide, but at night they come out and drop the flag again. What do you want? Destroy all of us? The final warning can only be fulfilled when we are no longer here, ”he stressed.
The port city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine is focused on fighting with Russian forces, who have not seen the siege that lasted several days.
About 400,000 people have been stranded in Mariupol for more than two weeks as a result of a massive Russian bombing that cut off electricity, heating and water supplies, according to local officials.
On Sunday, Russia called on Ukrainian forces to surrender “unarmed” and leave Mariupol, calling Kiev an “illusion.”
Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov today said that the Mariupol resistance, which had been bombed for several days by the Russians, was “protecting” other cities, such as Dnipro, Kiev and Odessa, from serious attacks against them.
On February 24, Russia launched a military offensive in Ukraine that killed at least 925 civilians and wounded 1,496 civilians, including more than 170 children, and forced another 10 million people to flee to neighboring countries, including 3.48 million. The latest UN.
According to the United Nations, about 13 million people in Ukraine are in need of humanitarian assistance.
The Russian invasion was generally condemned by the international community, which responded by sending arms to Ukraine and strengthening economic and political sanctions on Moscow.
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