Zelensky says freedom will return to Crimea

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his Sunday speech that “the Ukrainian flag and free life will return to Crimea”.

Zelenskyy said he believed Ukrainian forces would retake Crimea.

“The Ukrainian armed forces, our intelligence services and our special services are already taking the necessary steps to achieve this,” he said.

“I believe that the Ukrainian flag and free life will return to Crimea. We will liberate all our land and people. The Ukrainian armed forces, our intelligence services and our special services are already taking the necessary measures to achieve this. These measures can be heard and everyone can see that the occupiers have already started fleeing Crimea,” Zelenskyy said.

“This is the right choice for all of them. We will return the freedom of Crimea to all our people in Crimea, and we will certainly make Crimea one of the best and most comfortable places in Europe – Crimea the deserves,” he added.

Addressing the telephone conversation he had with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, during which visa restrictions for Russian citizens were discussed, he said: “Visa restrictions will definitely demonstrate that Europe is a territory of values, not Disneyland for the supporters of terrorism”.

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Christi C. Elwood