Zelensky asserts that Ukraine must expel Russia from its territory; else, the conflict will be suspended until it restarts


President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine has reminded Moscow that they must leave from all seized territory if a durable end to the war is to be achieved.

President Zelensky told the Financial Times that in order for the conflict to end, Putin’s soldiers must be evacuated from all Ukrainian territory.President Zelensky said Putin's forces must be removed from all Ukrainian territory for there to be any hope of the war concluding. The Ukrainian leader is pictured on November 19

Mr. Zelensky stated, “We must restore all lands because, in the absence of diplomacy, I feel that the battlefield is the only option.” If you cannot recover all of your territory, the battle is simply halted. It is only a matter of time before it returns.

Western allies have grown more concerned that the conflict might worsen, especially if Ukraine attempts to reclaim Crimea, which Russia unlawfully annexed in 2014. This prompted the Ukrainian leader’s remarks.

Putin’s army must withdraw from all Ukrainian land before the war can end, according to President Zelensky. On November 19, the Ukrainian leader is depicted in a photograph.

The West thinks that if Ukraine attempted to retake Crimea, Putin would respond with nuclear weapons.Mr Zelensky said he was adamant that the tactic from Russia to destroy infrastructure would not deter his country from liberating its own territory. Mr Zelensky is pictured earlier this week in Kyiv

The Ukrainian president acknowledged that the international community’s worry about Crimea’s future had grown, but stated, “if someone is willing to provide us a non-military option to de-occupy Crimea, I would support it.”

In recent weeks, the shelling of Ukraine has accelerated, with Putin’s forces targeting the country’s vital infrastructure in an attempt to coerce territorial concessions from Ukraine.

Mr. Zelensky was convinced that Russia’s strategy of destroying vital infrastructure would not dissuade his nation from conquering its own territory.

This week, Putin’s forces fired over 70 missiles at important infrastructure installations in Ukraine. Approximately 80% of the nation was thrown into darkness and deprived of water.

Mr. Zelensky was convinced that Russia’s strategy of destroying infrastructure would not prevent his nation from conquering its own area. Mr. Zelensky is shown in Kyiv earlier this week.

The continued onslaught of raids on infrastructure implies that Mocow is determined to use the coming of winter as a weapon against Putin’s forces. Thursday, the Russian president is shown in Moscow.

Residents of the whole Kyiv area, the western city of Lyiv, the northern city of Kharkiv, and the southern province of Odessa were left without electricity due to attacks on power lines.

All 15 nuclear reactors in Ukraine were shut down owing to unstable energy, and the shelling caused blackouts in half of neighboring Moldova.

The Ukrainian leader stated, “It was the type of event that hasn’t occurred in I don’t know how many years, maybe 80 or 90 years: a nation on the European continent with no electricity whatsoever.”

Critically, the infrastructure strikes have depleted Ukraine’s supply of transformer units needed to repair its shattered electrical grid. According to the Financial Times, Ukraine sought replacement transformer units from Poland and Lithuania.Putin's men are not relenting as the renewed barrage of strikes on infrastructure suggests that Mocow is intent on turning the onset of winter into its weapon. The Russian president is pictured in Moscow on Thursday

The continued onslaught of raids on infrastructure implies that Mocow is determined to use the coming of winter as a weapon against Putin’s forces.

The assaults on civilian facilities, according to Mr. Zelensky, demonstrate that Russia has no intention of negotiating a ceasefire in the near future.

However, Kiev has rejected any suggestion from Western partners that it would be open to conversations and negotiations to end the nine-month-long conflict.


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