Zelenskyy: the final stage of the war is the bloodiest, I can't call on Ukrainians to return from abroad
KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO - THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2022, 21: 41
ZELENSKYY DURING COMMUNICATION WITH UKRAINIAN STUDENTS, PHOTO BY PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy pointed out that the final phase of the war was the most difficult and bloody one and that he could not yet ask Ukrainians to return from abroad.
Source: Zelenskyy during an address to Ukrainian students on Thursday.
Quote: "The last phase is the most difficult, the bloodiest, it really is. We can't break away and say: 'That's it, the war is over.' I'll tell you this quite frankly in Kyiv, since the end of the occupation of Kyiv Oblast, there is a feeling that this is it, there is no war, until the moment when the rockets don't fly.
Details: At the same time, the president stressed that people see the country revitalizing and promised that "this will be the case".
"I can't say 'come home' to all those who are abroad today because the war is not over yet. This is still the decision of each individual,” stressed Zelenskyy.
At the same time, he assured us that after the end of the war, Ukraine will pay close attention to the issue of security.
“We will build the country and especially the security infrastructure to the level of Israel and other leading countries. In countries where people realize there is someone living next door who can cause trouble at any time," the President said.
"We will rebuild the country with the best security technologies," he added.
Zelenskyi also announced that after Ukraine's victory in the war there would be "fair treatment of wages in all professions".
"I'm sure there will be a general review of fair wages," he said.
Sixth and current President of Ukraine
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