Zelensky visits Ukraine’s east for first time since attack

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky visited the nation’s conflict ridden east interestingly since the Russian intrusion, out traveling to Kharkiv district, from where Moscow has withdrawn lately.

Zelensky’s office posted a video on Telegram of him wearing a tactical armor carrier and being shown vigorously obliterated structures in Kharkiv and its environmental elements.

“2,229 structures have been obliterated in Kharkiv and the locale. We will reestablish, revamp and bring back life. In Kharkiv and any remaining towns and towns where evil came,” the post said.

The Ukrainian chief has been situated in Kyiv since Russian President Vladimir Putin sent off his full-scale assault on February 24.

In the video, Ukrainian troopers showed Zelensky obliterated trucks on a street going through a field.

“In this conflict, the occupiers are attempting to press out in any event some outcome,” Zelensky said in a later post.

“Yet, they ought to have seen quite a while in the past that we will safeguard our territory including every man. They get no opportunity. We will battle and we will win.”

He likewise met neighborhood authorities – – the legislative leader of Khariv district and the chairman of the city – – to examine reproduction programs for the locale.

He approached them to “track down cool activities” to revamp annihilated regions.

“This is an opportunity for such regions to have another face,” Zelensky said.