Zelensky Urges Modi to Join Ukraine's Peace Summit Next Week
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"I spoke with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to congratulate him on his election victory. I wished him a speedy formation of the government and continued productive work for the benefit of the Indian people," Zelensky shared on X following their phone call.
Zelensky Urges Biden and Xi to Join Peace Summit in Switzerland
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Zelensky appealed in English to Biden and Xi in a video posted on the social media platform Telegram, saying that global unity was needed to ensure commitments were honored. "The efforts of the global majority are the best guarantee that all commitments will be fulfilled. Please, support the peace summit with your personal leadership and participation," he added.
Ukraine to get largest-ever military aid package from UK: Says Zelensky
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In their conversation, Zelensky noted that they explored further strengthening their defense collaboration, with particular attention to maritime and extended range capabilities, as reported by the Xinhua news agency.
Zelensky Urges Enhanced Air Defense Assistance After Chernihiv Attack Claims 17 Lives
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Expressing his frustration and emphasizing the crucial need for solidarity, Zelensky asserted that adequate air defense measures could have prevented such tragic events, stressing the urgency for the international community to stand firm against Russian aggression. Despite Ukraine's unwavering determination in the face of adversity, Zelensky emphasized the necessity for tangible support reflecting the resoluteness of their partners.
Chernihiv Tragedy: Zelensky Condemns Russian Attack Claiming 10 Lives
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The aftermath of the attack has seen rescue efforts underway as emergency responders tirelessly search for victims amidst the rubble. Zelensky confirmed the grim toll, reporting the discovery of 10 fatalities and disclosing that another 20 individuals have sustained injuries in the assault on Chernihiv, located north of Kiev.
Ukraine President Zelensky's wife declines State of the Union invitation from White House
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Originally, plans aimed to seat first lady Jill Biden alongside Zelenska and Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of the late Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, who tragically passed away in an Arctic prison last month. The notion was to present both women as symbols of resistance against Russian President Vladimir Putin, providing a poignant backdrop for President Biden’s congressional address.
Zelensky Appoints New Commander-in-Chief for Ukraine's Armed Forces
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In his statement, Zelensky highlighted Syrsky's extensive experience, referring to him as "the most experienced Ukrainian commander." He praised Syrsky's successful defensive operations in Kiev and his effective offensive strategies during the operation to reclaim the eastern Kharkiv region from Russian forces.
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