We are proud of our ancestors who, together with other peoples in the alliance against Hitler, conquered Nazism. “We will not allow anyone to buy this victory,” Zelensky said in a video message that can be viewed in the center of the capital Kyiv.
“Our enemy dreamed that we would renounce the May 9 feast and the victory of the Nazis, so that the word of de-Nazification would have a chance,” Zelensky said. Skepticism of Ukraine is the main motive given by Russian President Vladimir Putin to justify the invasion of Ukraine.
“Millions of Ukrainians fought against Nazism (…) expelled the Nazis from Luhansk and Donetsk, liberated Kherson, Melitopol and Berdyansk from the occupiers, expelled the Nazis from Yalta, Simferopol, Kerch and Crimea, liberated Mariupol from the Nazis,” he added.
“Days of Victory”
The cities he mentioned are located in eastern and southern Ukraine and are currently occupied by Russian forces or in Crimea. Russia annexed the Ukrainian peninsula in 2014. “They chased the Nazis out from all over Ukraine, but the cities I mentioned above inspire us, give us hope that we will expel the occupiers from our lands.”
He said, “On the day of victory, we will fight for another victory.” “The road there is difficult, but we have no doubts that we will win,” he said. “We won then, we will win now.”
Zelensky promised that Moscow would perform like Hitler’s regime. And soon we will have ‘two days of victory’ in Ukraine.(JHH)