Canada: Volodymyr Zelensky urges the West to take preventive measures against Russia

After the annexation referendums, Ukraine "will act to defend its people" promises Zelensky

 After the annexation referendums, Ukraine © Press Service of the Ukrainian Presidency / AFP Volodymyr Zelensky, on September 14, 2022, in Izioum in the Kharkiv region, in Ukraine . In response to the overwhelming victory of "yes" on Tuesday, September 27, the Ukrainian president denounced these "pseudo-referendums" of annexation to Russia organized by Moscow. Ukraine will continue to act "to defend its people" in the occupied regions, warned Volodymyr Zelensky.

The Ukrainian President called on his allies to act rather than react.

Le président ukrainien a déclaré au début de la guerre : « [Vladimir] Poutine est l’agresseur. Poutine a choisi cette guerre, et maintenant lui et son pays en subiront les conséquences. » Le pays est en guerre depuis plus de quatre mois maintenant et les combats continuent de faire rage. © provided by Bang Showbiz The Ukrainian President said at the start of the war: "[Vladimir] Putin is the attacker. Putin has chosen this war, and now he and his country will suffer the consequences. The country has been at war for more than four months now and the fighting continues to rage.

Volodymyr Zelensky called on Western countries to act while Russia is preparing to send even more men to Ukraine.

Last week, Vladimir Putin announced the country's general mobilization in order to strengthen the workforce of his army with 300,000 more men. However, there are many Russians who flee so as not to be enlisted.

Canada ‘will not ever’ recognize ‘sham’ referendums, Trudeau reaffirms to Zelenskyy

  Canada ‘will not ever’ recognize ‘sham’ referendums, Trudeau reaffirms to Zelenskyy Russian officials, meanwhile, have suggested the results of the referendums in occupied Ukraine could be used as a reason to escalate the war. Dmitry Medvedev, a former Russian president and now deputy chairman of President Vladimir Putin’s Security Council, took to social media to warn that anyone entering what Russia considers to be its territory is committing a "crime" that would allow Russia "to use all the forces of self-defence."Putin issued a similar warning in a seven-minute televised address shortly before the referendums were held.

The Ukrainian head of state appeared on video at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government on Tuesday and the latter invited his allies to act rather than react.

He said: “The ability to prevent is a good characteristic of leadership. You know the safety belts that you need to use in a vehicle, just to avoid the disastrous consequences of an accident. We do not expect an accident to make sure that we need these safety belts because we get to the experience of previous accidents. "

He added:" Prevention is the basis of a lasting peace - a measure to cut short any aggression, a measure to save much more lives than to react to something that has already happened, and She will provide lasting peace.

These statements arise while Russia is about to recognize the independence of the Donetsk, Louhansk, Kherson and Zaporijia regions after the illegitimate referendums.

Volodymyr Zelensky claims "powerful" advances of his army in the south .
despite an international outcry and military defeats on the ground, Vladimir Putin formalized the annexation of four Ukrainian regions on Wednesday. View Ononews © Press Service from the Ukrainian Presidency / Francisco Seco / Copyright 2022 The AP. All Rights R ...

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