Volodymyr Zelenskyi will visit the liberated city of Kherson

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Ukrainian warThis is how Kherson emotionally received President Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukrainian President Zelenskiy visited the recently liberated city of Kherson on Monday. People welcome him with a lot of emotions and the Ukrainian flag is raised again.

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On Monday, Zelensky will visit the liberated city of Kherson in southern Ukraine.

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The people there receive him very emotionally.

The people there receive him very emotionally.

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There are still around 80,000 of the original 280,000 inhabitants in the city.  Many came to greet the president.

There are still around 80,000 of the original 280,000 inhabitants in the city. Many came to greet the president.

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It’s about it

  • On Monday, Zelenskiy will visit the city of Kherson in the south of Ukraine.

  • The Russian army completely withdrew from the city last Friday.

  • The city’s residents react emotionally to the president’s visit.

Just a few days after the withdrawal of Russian troops, the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Selensky traveled to the city of Kherson in the south of the country. Zelensky told reporters on Monday that he wanted to express his personal support for the people of Kherson with his presence. “To make them feel like we’re not just talking about it, not just making promises, but that we’re actually coming back and raising the flag.” The 44-year-old player emphasized that he also wants to feel the emotions and energy of his compatriots himself. “It’s also very motivating.”

“We all feel that our victory is near”

Despite continued Russian attacks, Zelensky cheered on his compatriots. “We all feel that our victory is coming,” Selenski said in his daily video message Sunday night. “There are always people who fight and work for our victory.” Zelenskyy thanked the soldiers, doctors and diplomats who have been on duty in Ukraine continuously for more than 260 days since the beginning of the Russian offensive war.

Video footage showed the president waving to residents who shouted “Glory to Ukraine!” from the window. he shouted. From Zelensky’s group of soldiers and other escorts came the answer: “Glory to the heroes!” Zelenskyy has already made unexpected appearances in other forward areas to support the troops and congratulate them on their successes in battle.

The Russian army, under the pressure of successful Ukrainian counter-offensives, completely withdrew from the right bank of the Dnieper last Friday. At the end of February, it also surrendered the only regional capital it had conquered since the beginning of the war. According to Ukrainian information, around 80,000 of the 280,000 people previously remained in the city.

Since Russia annexed Kherson in violation of international law, Zelensky entered Russian soil according to the Russian constitution.

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(DPA/SMK)

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