Berita Russia-Ukraine war: Zelenskiy vows to retake territory lost to Russia

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has vowed to retake all territory lost to Russia since 2014, including the Crimean peninsula, in a defiant speech on the anniversary of the country’s independence.

In a speech to the nation, Zelenskiy said that Ukraine would “never give up” on its fight for independence and that Russia would be held accountable for its actions.

“We will not rest until we retake all of our territory,” he said. “Crimea is ours. Donbas is ours. And all of our other regions that are temporarily occupied by Russia will be ours again.”

Zelenskiy’s speech comes as Russia continues its offensive in eastern Ukraine, where it has made significant gains in recent weeks. The war has caused a humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, with millions of people displaced from their homes and thousands killed.

The United States and its allies have condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and have imposed a series of sanctions on the country. However, Russia has shown no signs of backing down and has vowed to continue its offensive until it achieves its goals.

The war in Ukraine is a major geopolitical crisis that has the potential to destabilize the entire region. It is unclear how long the war will last or what the eventual outcome will be. However, it is clear that the war will have a profound impact on Ukraine, Russia, and the world.

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