President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky touched upon the war with Russia and said that they would unite all means to win.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, in his video message, which he shared at night, said that the most acute clashes in the Russian-Ukrainian war, as in recent times, continue in the Donbas region.
Declaring that Russian forces continue to respond to their attacks, Zelenskiy used the following statements:
“Fierce battles continue in the main areas of hostilities, especially in the Donbass. The war for Donbass continues. The war for the South continues.”
Noting that they have the necessary information about the movement of the Russian army, Zelensky said: “We see what forces Russia has accumulated, and we know how to respond.”
Recalling that on January 24, the 335th day, that is, the 11th month of the war that Russia started in his country, will end, Zelensky said: “We will unite all our forces for one, for victory, for the victory of Ukraine.”
“Government officials cannot travel abroad without special permission”
Zelensky said that Ukrainian civil servants signed a new statement on foreign visits during the war.
In his speech, Zelensky said that according to the new decision, a civil servant will no longer be able to travel abroad without an official assignment.
Declaring that certain personnel changes would be made in institutions and ministries subordinate to the central government, Zelensky also stressed that sanctions had been imposed on 22 Russian citizens today.
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