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Ukraine War: One Year Later

Ukraine War: One Year Later

Today marks the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky took the opportunity to address the nation, expressing his admiration for their strength and courage in the face of adversity.

He described the last twelve months as a year of pain, sadness, faith, and unity. He praised the people of Ukraine for not raising a white flag, but the blue and yellow flag of their nation. He acknowledged the immense struggle and resistance they have faced, but also their unwavering invincibility.

Zelensky concluded his message with a powerful reminder that this will be the year of their victory. He called on the people of Ukraine to remain strong and united, and to continue to fight for their independence.

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The resilience and courage of the Ukrainian people in the face of the Russian invasion is an inspiration to the world. We stand in solidarity with them as they continue to fight for their freedom.

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