Zelensky recalls the fight against Nazism and calls "Crazy" to Putin

Ukrainian head of state Vlodymyr Zelensky said on Monday that “there will soon be ‘Victory Days’ in Ukraine”, referring to the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945, and called Russian President Vladimir Putin “crazy”.

“Only a madman can repeat what happened in World War II and everyone who repeats the crimes that took place at that time is imitating Nazi philosophy,” Zelensky said, referring to Putin, in a speech published this Monday on the portal. official on the day that marks the 77th anniversary of the “Day of Victory against Nazi Germany”

In Ukraine “we are fighting for a new victory”, in the sense of stopping the invasion that Russia launched against the country on the 24th of February, said Zelensky.

The Ukrainian head of state recognizes that the “path is being difficult”, but he expressed confidence in the “triumph”.

In the same message, Zelensky also said that the Ukrainian territory has experienced many wars but that no enemy has managed to “stay”, stressing that “there is no invader who can rule the free people of Ukraine”.

This Monday, Russia marks the 9th of May, the day of the capitulation of Nazi Germany, in 1945, with traditional military parades in Moscow, a political and military tradition that has been maintained since the period of the Soviet regime.

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