Ukraine, Zelensky’s “answers” to Lula: “The liberation of Crimea is inevitable”

Ukraine, Zelensky’s “answers” to Lula: “The liberation of Crimea is inevitable”

“The liberation of Crimea from the Russian invaders is inevitable.” This was stated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky according to reports from Ukrinform on the occasion of the closing of Ramadan in Kiev. With the occupation of Crimea and repressions against the Crimean Tatars and against the Crimean Muslims, Zelensky recalls, “Russia’s attempt to enslave Ukraine and other peoples of civilized Europe began.”

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Zelensky asserts: “On the Crimean land, the Russian tricolor evil, humiliation, oppression, murder and war reign. But where the path of evil began, there, I am sure, victory awaits us, victory over this evil.” .

“Just as we respect the territorial integrity of all states from Europe to Latin America, we rightly expect that the territorial integrity of our state will be respected throughout Ukraine, from Poland to the coast of the Black and Azov Seas, from the northern cities to Sevastopol and Kerch.”

Zelensky’s words seem to be a response to what Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said. For Lula, Ukraine cannot get everything it wants from the war that Russia started. And Zelensky should know that. Even if “Russia is not left with all the conquered territories in Ukraine,” Moscow will likely still retain control of Crimea, while Kiev will have to admit that it “cannot get everything it wants” from the conflict, Lula says in his analysis. The “double face” according to which Vladimir Putin must understand that he cannot keep all the lands in Ukraine.

“The control of Crimea may not be in question, but we will have to talk again about what he invaded later,” Lula was quoted by G1 station as saying. Moreover, “NATO cannot establish itself on the borders with Russia.”

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