Zelensky About Kharkiv Region: Situation Has Become Even More Stabilized

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) The situation in the Kharkiv region has become even more stabilized. The Donetsk region suffers from Russian attacks every day.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his video address , Ukrinform reports.

“Today, there was a lot of attention to the frontline - our military, our prospects. Among other things, there was a report by the Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service. There was a report by the Commander-in-Chief. I'm proud of all our people who are repelling the Russian attacks with great resilience and great courage. The situation in the Kharkiv region has even more stabilized. This is thanks to our warriors,” said Zelensky.

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According to the President, the situation is very difficult in the Donetsk region.

“Especially the Pokrovsk direction, with dozens of Russian attacks every day. It is very important to withstand there, to destroy the occupier and not to give Russia any reason to hope for any success in its war against Ukraine. We can and must fight to ensure results for Ukraine. In everything. Always. Whenever there is an opportunity, whenever there are chances, and whenever we ourselves have to create our own chances for victory. For the success of Ukraine,” said Zelensky.

As reported by Ukrinform, Andriy Yusov, spokesperson for the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, said that in the Kharkiv region, the Defense Forces inflicted significant losses on the Russian invaders, forcing them to suspend their offensive and thwarting their plans to capture Borova.

Photo: President's Office



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