Volodimir Zelensky the President of Ukraine, condemned this Friday’s Russian missile attack on the Kramatorsk station train station. At least 40 people have died and many more were injured.During a telematic operation before the Eduskunta, the vast majority of the victims were civilians. Zelensky claims that most of those who were injured and died are civilians, as they waited for trains to evacuate the city. It is located in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, one of pro-Russian regions.
“This is how Russia got Donbass protected. their way of understanding the protection of the Russian-speaking population,” Zelensky said. Russia is being denounced by the Ukrainian presidentIs recruiting mercenaries around the world to continue its aggression on Ukraine because its own army “is not enough” and pointed out that the majority do not even know what they are fighting for.
“They don’t understand how to explain why it is necessary to wage war against Ukraine. Why they have to strike civilians with missiles. Why this cruelty that was witnessed in Bucha by the Ukrainian army. Zelensky was referring toInvasion of the Soviet Union in Finland in 1939He also pointed out that Russia could invade the Nordic country again and its Army would repeat the atrocities committed in Bucha.
“Russia’s war against UkraineIt is crucial not only for our country’s future, but also for its own.But that is not the case for all nations sharing a border with Russia. Finland“, he said.
“As well Your bravery saved your country against Stalin’s invasionOurs has been resisting the invasion for 43 days,” he stated, thanking Finland for its prompt response to Ukraine and taking “the historic decision” of sending weapons to Kyiv.
Last March, Ukraine was sent by the Government of Finland2500 assault rifles, 150,000 ammunition pieces, and 1,500 Anti-Tank WeaponsTo support the Ukrainian authorities and to supply lethal weapons to a war-zone country.
Zelensky urged the West to send more heavy weapons to Ukraine, and to impose tough sanctions on Moscow. These are measures that are difficult to circumvent. “to stop Russia’s military machine”
“They tell us that we have to wait, in a situation whereEvery day, hundreds of people are being lost. due to Russian attacks, dozens of cities have been destroyed and more than three million people have left the country,” he lamented.
Zelenski’s videoconference intervention in the Eduskunta is part of many others made before national parliaments such as the ones of Spain, Italy and Canada. He asked for arms support, and the tightening of sanctions against Russia.