As deadly Russian bombings, on a scale unmatched in months, hit kyiv and other cities in Ukraine on Monday, Volodymyr Zelensky took to the streets to shoot his traditional evening video. “Ukraine cannot be intimidated,” he said.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky assured, on Monday, October 10, that his country will not be “intimidated” by the massive bombardments carried out by Russia, which affected important energy infrastructures and left at least eleven dead.
“Ukraine cannot be intimidated. It can only be that much more united. Ukraine cannot be stopped,” Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video posted on social media, promising “even more painful” for the Russian troops on the front.
“Restoration work is now underway across the country. All objects damaged by the attack of Russian terrorists today will be restored. It is only a matter of time,” reassured the Ukrainian President, before launching: “Believe in yourself, in Ukraine, in the armed forces of Ukraine and in our victory! Glory to Ukraine!”