Zelenskyy speaks with David Muir about whether he regrets not warning Ukrainians earlier of invasion

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Zelenskyy speaks with david muir about whether he regrets not warning ukrainians earlier of invasion

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Ukrainian Pres. Volodymyr #Zelenskyy sat down one-on-one with #abcnews #DavidMuir in an #exclusive interview and discussed whether he regrets not warning the #Ukrainian people earlier of the #Russian #invasion. #ukraine #russia #news

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