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Ukrainian President Zelensky Issues Strict Warning If Russia Tries To Take Kyiv

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks during a press conference in Kyiv City (Kiev), Ukraine, Thursday (3/3/2022) local time. Volodymyr Zelensky called on the West to increase military aid to Ukraine. He said otherwise Russia would advance to the rest of Europe. “If you don’t have the power to close the sky, then give me a plane!” Zelensky said at a press conference. “If we don’t exist anymore then, God forbid, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia will be next,” he said. “Trust me,” he added. AFP/SERGEI SUPINSKY

TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky gave a warning to Russia after the shooting they carried out in Kyiv early Saturday (12/3/2022).

Zelensky said Russia would face “death to death” if they tried to occupy the capital Kyiv.

Reported Reutersair raid sirens again woke Kyiv residents on Sunday (13/3/2022) morning.

Russian troops advance around the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, Friday (11/3/2022). (BBC)

“If they decide to carpet bomb (Kyiv), erase the history of this region and destroy us all, then they will enter Kyiv,”

“If that’s their goal, let them in, but they have to live in this land on their own,” Zelensky said.

Russian shelling and attacks have trapped thousands of people in besieged cities.

Because of this, Ukraine sent its 2.5 million inhabitants fleeing to neighboring countries.

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In this incident Ukraine accused Russian troops of killing seven civilians in attacks on women and children.

They were shot while trying to escape fighting near Kyiv.

This was confirmed by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, on Saturday (12/3/2022) local time.

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