On the 110th day of the war with Russia, the Armed Forces of Ukraine: "We will never give up, there can be no question of that!" (video)
Russia planned to enslave Ukraine in three days. Today is the 110th day of the war, and our defenders continue to heroically resist the enemy. Ukrainian defenders aim to win the war with Russia and call on the whole world to believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
"We are fighting for our state, we are rebuilding our Ukraine. And we show first of all ourselves, Ukrainians and the whole world that Ukraine is free, it will fight. We will never give up, there can be no question of that!" He says. Ukrainian defender.
The Ukrainian army has a high morale, fights wildly and is very motivated - it does everything possible and impossible to defend the Ukrainian land. The Armed Forces keep the defense coordinated, not partisan, as the Russian invaders had hoped.
Russia's occupation of Ukrainian lands since 2014 has shown that it is a "Trojan horse" , and recognizing the occupied territories as an aggressor country would be tantamount to suicide. Eastern European countries are also well aware that they could become Russia's next victim if it wins in Ukraine.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine are determined to continue to fiercely resist the occupiers, and the entire Ukrainian people are praying for their defenders.
After the atrocities committed by the Russian military, there can be no talk of ending the war on terms unfavorable to Ukraine. There can be no forgiveness for the consequences of Russian aggression in Ukraine:
- these are the city's bombers wiped off the face of the earth in the 21st century, hospitals and maternity hospitals deliberately destroyed;
- mass rape of children and women;
- men shot en masse on their knees with their hands tied behind their backs;
- hunger and shortage of drinking water in Russian-occupied cities in southern and eastern Ukraine.
Numerous war crimes of Russian soldiers were recorded after their retreat in the liberated towns and villages of Ukraine. The bodies of people tortured by the occupiers lay in the open air in the streets, in mass graves, basements and wells. The occupiers fired at the evacuation cars from tanks. And in what is now occupied Mariupol, the stench of corpses hovers in the air around the clock, because the occupiers do not remove the bodies of the people they killed from the streets and basements of houses where they hid from the shelling. It will be recalled that on March 1-2, the city was completely surrounded, a blockade and air strikes began, and the Russians fired rockets and bombs at the city.