Kyiv, Mar 12: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has proposed a gathering along with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Jerusalem, The Kyiv Unbiased reported on Saturday.
The report provides that Zelenskyy has requested Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to behave as an middleman between Moscow and Kyiv.
Zelenskyy stated Saturday he instructed Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett that he can be prepared to fulfill Putin in Jerusalem. Bennett visited Moscow for a gathering with Putin and spoke repeatedly with Zelenskyy and the leaders of France and Germany as he sought to assist mediate an finish to the struggle.
Zelenskyy stated the Russians might take the Ukrainian capital “only if they kill us all.” “If that is their goal, let them come,” he stated.
“If they carry out carpet bombings and wipe off the historic memory of the entire region, the history of Kyivan Rus, the history of Europe, they could enter Kyiv but they will have to leave on that land alone, certainly without us.
“Even when they bring about one million Russians right here, they can not occupy Ukraine,” he added. Zelenskyy again deplored NATO’s refusal to declare a no-fly zone over Ukraine despite its repeated pleas. He said that Ukraine has sought for ways to procure air defense assets, but he wouldn’t mention any details.
Zelenskyy says about 1,300 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fighting since the start of the Russian invasion.
Speaking at a news conference Saturday, Zelenskyy said it would take Russia to carpet-bomb the Ukrainian capital and kill its residents to take the city. He added that “if that’s their purpose, allow them to come.”
Zelenskyy said that “in the event that they perform carpet bombings and wipe off the historic reminiscence of your entire area, the historical past of Kyivan Rus, the historical past of Europe, they might enter Kyiv.”
As reported, on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine and launched a large-scale invasion.
Russian troops have been shelling and destroying key infrastructure. Missiles hit residential buildings. Martial law was imposed in Ukraine and general mobilization was announced.
Ukraine officially filed a lawsuit against the Russian Federation with the UN International Court of Justice in The Hague.
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