In recent hours, Ukrainian authorities released a video of President Volodymyr Zelensky warning of the resurgence of the “monster” of Nazism, whose defeat Ukraine is celebrating this Sunday, May 8, as a result of the Russian invasion.
In the black-and-white recording, Zelensky restored the phrase “never again,” which is said on every anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany, to reproach the international community for having become a “dead letter” from the very beginning. Russian invasion on 24 February.
“You say never again. Tell Ukraine. On February 24, the word “never” was erased. Bullets and bombs. Hundreds of rockets at 4 a.m. that woke up all of Ukraine. We heard terrible explosions. We heard them again,” Zelensky said in a recorded speeches in front of the Borodyanka towers A set of nine-story residential buildings located in the Kyiv region and bombed by Russian troops.
Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, successor to Victory Day, which was celebrated in the Soviet Union and is still celebrated in Russia.
In his speech, timed to coincide with the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation — the successor to Victory Day celebrated in the Soviet Union and even today in Russia — Zelensky regrets that “our cities experienced a terrible occupation, and it took us almost 80 years to forget, but we we saw the occupation again. This is the second occupation in our history, and in such cases as Mariupol the third. The Nazis killed 10,000 civilians in two years of occupation. And now Russia has killed up to 20,000 in two months of occupation,” he assured.
The Ukrainian president combines his message with images of civilian casualties and emphasizes that in 2022, “evil has returned again (…). In a different form, with different slogans, but with the same goal.” “They repeat their crimes and even try to surpass the teacher and remove him from the pedestal of the greatest evil in the history of mankind, set a new world record for xenophobia, hatred, racism and the number of victims,” he warns in the video.
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