Zelenskiy: Ukraine Will Reclaim ‘Everything That’s Ours’

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Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Zelenskiy: Ukraine Will Reclaim ‘Everything That’s Ours'” – below is their description.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Ukraine “will not give away the south to anyone” and that it “will return everything that’s ours.” In his daily video address on Saturday, he also said Ukraine will make its utmost effort to help ease the current global food crisis as long as it can get security for vessels to enter its ports. (Ukrainian with English translation.)

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