Russia’s battle in Ukraine

(Workplace of President of Ukraine)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with troopers on the frontline and internally displaced Ukrainians throughout a visit to Zaporizhzhia area on Sunday. 

Zelensky “visited the frontline positions of the Ukrainian army,” taking the chance to acquaint himself “with the operational state of affairs on the frontline of protection,” a press release from the Ukrainian Presidency stated. 

The president spoke with the troopers, presenting them with state awards and thanking them for his or her service, in line with the assertion. 

“I need to thanks on your nice work, on your service, for shielding all of us, our state. I’m grateful to everybody. I need to want you and your households good well being. Handle yourselves,” Zelensky informed the frontline troopers. 

He additionally paid a visit to a sanatorium the place internally displaced Ukrainians, pressured to flee their houses, have been receiving shelter and medical care, in line with a separate assertion from the Ukrainian Presidency. 

Some extra context: Virtually 12 million Ukrainians have been internally displaced by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Zelensky informed lawmakers in Luxembourg on Thursday. 

I perceive that everybody desires to return house. And this housing, regardless of how snug it’s, can’t be in contrast with your personal house. There’s nowhere higher than house,” Zelensky informed the IDPs on Sunday. 

IDPs who had traveled from the southern metropolis of Mariupol recounted to the president the “tragic occasions they needed to endure as a result of Russian invasion, “interesting to him for assist with recovering misplaced paperwork and issuing loss of life certificates of kinfolk who died within the briefly occupied territories, in line with the assertion. 

Zelensky invited them to place ahead recommendations for “legislative modifications” that could possibly be made to simplify the procedures for acquiring these paperwork. 

He assured the IDPs that every one those that have misplaced their houses can be supplied with “snug housing,” in line with the assertion. 

Lastly, Zelensky gave a present to 8-year-old boy, Yehor Kravtsov, who stored a diary whereas dwelling below shelling in Mariupol. Yehor, whose “Mariupol Diary” writings had been revealed on social networks, shared his experiences of town’s bombing with Zelensky.

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