• 24/07/2024 04:26

Syrsky: We didn’t start this war, but we must end it by returning all the territories

“Thanks to the courage and tenacity of our soldiers, thanks to the timely and powerful international support of partner countries, for which we are sincerely and infinitely grateful to them, Ukraine is holding the line and inflicting damage on the Russian invaders,” the Commander-in-Chief emphasized.

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Alexander Syrsky

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Alexander Syrsky, commenting on the anniversary of the Revolution of Dignity and the annexation of Crimea, said that this is a war “not only for the Independence of Ukraine and liberation from Russian occupiers. This is a war for freedom and the values ​​of the free world, for our civilizational choice.”< /p>< “We didn’t start this war - this is an unprovoked and criminal Russian invasion. But we need to end this war with the liberation of all our lands. And our people,” Syrsky emphasized.

The Commander-in-Chief noted that the first serviceman died for Ukraine as a result of Russian aggression in Crimea. “This is warrant officer Sergei Kokurin, who died in a shootout against Russian invaders on March 18, 2014, during the Russians’ assault on the photogrammetric center of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Simferopol,” Syrsky said.

He added that “the evil empire and its the apostates dreamed of conquering Ukraine in three days and capturing our capital Kiev. But they did not take into account the unity and resilience of the Ukrainian people. The occupiers broke their teeth on the unbending titans – the defenders and defenders of the Independence of Ukraine.”

“Thanks to the courage of our resilience warriors, thanks to the timely and powerful international support of partner countries, for which we are sincerely and infinitely grateful to them, Ukraine holds the defense and inflicts damage on the Russian invaders. For ten years now, Ukraine has been fighting not only for its freedom, but also for peace and tranquility for all Free peace!”, emphasized the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

  • On February 20, Ukraine celebrates the Day of Remembrance of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred.
  • Another tragic date in the history of our state is in February-March 2014 year, the Russian military in Crimea seized the authorities of the autonomous republic and captured the peninsula; the decision to annex Crimea was approved by the Federation Council.

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