President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky He said on Wednesday that he was trying to coordinate with international partners his response to a “fake” referendum organized by Russia on Ukrainian territory.
To do this, he announced that he had spoken with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this Wednesday. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Liz Truss. United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres and President of the European Council Charles Michel.
“Our key task is to coordinate actions with our partners in response to the fake referendum organized by Russia and all the threats associated with it. I guess,” Zelensky said in his usual late-night address.
After thanking them all for their “clear and clear” support, he said that “Ukraine cannot and will not tolerate Russia’s attempt to take part of our land.” rice field.
The leaders of four regions east and south of Ukraine urged Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday to annex these regions to Russia. The annexation process officially began after a referendum, deemed illegal by the international community and Kyiv, was held.
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Zelensky called on Trudeau to lead a global effort to clear Ukraine of Russian mines and missiles and thanked him for his “willingness to help us.”
He added that Guterres also mentioned the fake referendum, as did the British prime minister. These brutal violations of the UN Charter must be punished. “
Zelensky said he would continue international contacts on the matter, saying, “If someone in Russia thinks they can pull off everything they are doing in the occupied territories, then someone in Russia can If he expects to abandon his values and be frightened by others, announcing annexation by Russia, he is wrong.”
Describing the situation on the front lines, he addressed those who “only speak Russian”: “If you want to live, run away. If you want to live, give up. If you want to live, fight for freedom in the streets.”