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Zelensky says Ukraine will fight to get all of its territory back after Kissinger's statement

Zelensky says Ukraine will fight to get all of its territory back after Kissinger’s statement

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky He said during the World Economic Forum on Wednesday That Ukraine will fight to get all of its territory back – comments that came after former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger noted that Ukraine’s borders should remain as they were before the start of the Russian invasion.

When Ukraine says it will fight until it gets all its lands back, it means only one thing: that Ukraine will fight until it gets all its lands back. “This is about independence and sovereignty,” Zelensky said.

The Ukrainian president’s statements came after Kissinger, who Speak at the World Economic Forum On Monday, a different result.

“In my view, the move towards negotiations and peace negotiations should begin in the next two months until the outcome of the war is determined. But before that leads to turmoil and tensions it will be more difficult to overcome, especially between the final relationship between Russia, Georgia and Ukraine towards Europe,” he said. Kissinger in reference to Ukraine’s borders, ideally, the dividing line should restore the situation to the way it was.

In 2014, Russia annexed Crimea, a move the United States and a number of other countries consider illegal. Just days before the invasion began, two separate regions were in eastern Ukraine Recognized as independent by the Russian government.

These statements come at a time when the Russian invasion of Ukraine lasted three months. Zelensky said, on Wednesday, that Ukraine is open to talks with Russia, but said that Moscow should show interest in such contacts.

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“We can move to this stage when we understand that at least the Russian side shows a desire to move from the stage of a bloody war to diplomacy,” Zelensky said.