Zelensky spoke about the reaction of European leaders to the sirens in Kyiv

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The arrival of the leaders of four European countries in Kyiv coincided with the beginning of the air raid

During the visit of European politicians to Kyiv, sirens were heard in the capital, announcing a possible enemy attack.

During the visit to Kyiv of French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, air raid alerts were heard over the city. How European leaders reacted to this on Thursday, June 16, said President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

According to him, “no one was scared, and this only inspired us even more to be as specific as possible and negotiate for the sake of our interests, for the sake of all Ukrainians and for the sake of everyone in Europe.”

He also noted that the leaders of European states understand that negotiations between Ukraine and Russia are not resumed solely because of the position of the aggressor.

“In general, my impression of the meeting is positive. All leaders understand why negotiations are not taking place now to end the war. Exclusively because of the position of Russia, which is only trying to intimidate everyone in Europe and continue the destruction of our state. Not looking for a way to peace – they are not They want to. This is an aggressor, he must first of all decide for himself that the war must be ended. We will continue to fight until we guarantee our state complete security and territorial integrity,” Zelensky stressed.

Recall that the Russian Federation planned to arrange your own spy’s trainee to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

It was also reported that the Seimas of Lithuania recognized forced export of Ukrainian citizens to Russia deportation of the Ukrainian people.

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