Ukrainian President: How did TV comedians become Russia's biggest enemies? - Animeflv

Ukrainian President: How did TV comedians become Russia’s biggest enemies?

Ukrainian President:

How did TV comedians become Russia’s biggest enemies?

 

Speaking to the people of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky said, “Today I will deliver the long-awaited words, and I am proud to say that. Ukraine is united. That is our victory. ”
This is not a real speech. It is based on a comedy TV series called “Servant of the People”, in which the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky played the lead role.
According to the American news channel CNN, this TV series not only made Vladimir Zelensky a star, but also opened the way for the presidency of the country.

In April 2019, a month after the show’s finale, comedian-turned-politician Volodymyr Zelensky was elected president of the country.
He made a similar statement on Friday when Russia attacked Ukraine from several directions.
On Friday morning, Volodymyr Zelensky gave a bold speech on TV and praised the Ukrainian forces for defending the country.
“It simply came to our notice then. The fate of our country is being decided.
In a video statement on Twitter on Saturday, the Ukrainian president rejected the US offer to leave the country, saying “I will stay in the capital because the fighting is taking place here.”
“We will not surrender and will defend our country,” he said in a video.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for a military operation after the United States and its allies crossed the “red line” of NATO’s expansion to the east.

 

Volodymyr Zelensky invited the Russian president to direct talks on Friday

On Friday, Volodymyr Zelensky invited the Russian president to direct talks, saying “there is fighting on all sides in Ukraine. Let’s sit at the negotiating table and save people from dying. ”
Russia’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov responded Friday by saying his country was ready for talks in Minsk. An adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky told CNN he was considering the proposal.
On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the Ukrainian people to end Vladimir Zelensky’s rule.
“Take power into your own hands. I think instead of the drug lords and neo-Nazis living in Kiev, an agreement can be reached with you that is holding the whole country hostage. ”
Volodymyr Zelensky’s government has been in trouble since coming to power in 2019, and then the Corona epidemic has failed to deliver on its promises to end the war and end corruption in eastern Ukraine.
At the moment, Vladimir Zelensky is in danger of losing not only his power but also his life.

 

“Volodymyr Zelensky is a target of Russia,” said Ned Price.

U.S. officials have warned that Russian troops entering Belarus are only 20 kilometers from the capital, Kiev, and that Russia could gain control of Kiev in a few days, according to intelligence officials.
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said Vladimir Zelensky was being targeted by Russia. They want to overthrow the President of Ukraine and destroy the country politically.

 

5 Facts About Ukraine That You Need To Know

 

As Russian troops approach the Ukrainian capital. There are five facts that need to be known and on which even the great empires have differed.
Controversial history
Ukraine literally means “on the shore.”
According to the French news agency AFP, both present-day Russia and Ukraine trace their roots to the medieval state of Kiwan Rus, which at its height stretched from the Black Sea to the Baltic.

 

Although Russian President Vladimir Putin has tried to prove in his 5,000-word article that “Russians and Ukrainians are one and the same people.”
But the Ukrainians speak their own language, and much of what is now Ukraine was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, while its other territories were under Kazakh and Crimean Tatars until the end of the 18th century.
It later became part of the Tsarist Russian Empire, although some western territories belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Stalin’s famine
Ukraine later became part of the Soviet Union. And it suffered a devastating famine because of the policies of Joseph Stalin, which killed more than 5 million people.
Decades later, after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, tensions in Moscow and Kiev flared up again, when a majority of the Ukrainian people voted for independence.

 

Vakreen faced a catastrophic famine because of Joseph Stalin’s policies. 

Following the pro-Western uprising in 2014, Russian-backed President Viktor Yanukovych fled.
Moscow annexed the Crimean peninsula and supported separatists in eastern Ukraine.
About 14,000 people have died in the conflict.
Economic difficulties
Crimea’s annexation by Russia in 2014 and the loss of the industrial region of Donbass led to the collapse of Ukraine’s economy.
GDP fell by more than six percent, and the following year it fell to about a tenth. Inflation also reached more than 40%.
The economy has improved somewhat since then, but the country of 4.5 people is one of the poorest in Europe.
The average monthly salary in Ukraine is 15 615. The country relies on transit fees for Russian gas supplied to Europe, but is ignored by Moscow’s new pipelines, such as the Nord Stream.
During the conflicts of 2006 and 2009, Moscow cut supplies to Ukraine during the winter, causing shortages in Europe.
The country is also prone to corruption and there are regular attacks on those campaigning against it.
Chernobyl
The world’s worst nuclear accident occurred on April 26, 1986, at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in Ukraine.
Hundreds died in the crash, though the exact figures are disputed. Soviet authorities initially tried to cover up the devastation.
Eventually, 350,000 people were evacuated within a 30-kilometer radius of the plant. Humans will be safe to live there again after only 24,000 years.

The world’s worst nuclear accident occurred on April 26, 1986, at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in Ukraine.

Borscht and Chicken Kiev
Some people in the West consider borscht to be synonymous with Russian cuisine. Ukraine claims that the cabbage soup with beetroot is part of its national heritage, dating back to the 14th century.
Many other dishes are competed between Russia and Ukraine, including chicken Kyiv.

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