President Volodymyr Zelensky denied the attack on Putin

Ukraine: President Volodymyr Zelensky denied attack on Putin

Europe News Desk!! Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has categorically denied his country’s involvement in the alleged drone attack on Russia’s presidential palace Kremlin. Russia had alleged that Ukrainian drones had tried to attack the presidential palace. Zelensky, who is currently on a trip to Finland, told reporters in Helsinki late on Wednesday: “We are not attacking Putin or Moscow – we are fighting on our own territory, defending our villages and towns.” We don’t even have enough weapons to do that… That’s why we didn’t attack Putin, we’ll leave it to the (international) tribunal. The president stressed that there is no victory on the battlefield, no victory on the front, and that Putin is no longer able to inspire Russian society and troops to wage war without cause, Ukrainska Pravda reported. able to send Therefore, it is in his (Putin’s) interest to accuse Ukraine of committing some crime, he said. They need something big: either assassination attempts, drones, or ducks raining bombs on them. Everyday they will say something or the other.

But the solution is simple: no need to intimidate anyone, no need to use weapons; You have to leave our territory. Earlier on Wednesday evening, the Kremlin press service said that Ukrainian drones had attempted to strike Putin’s residence. The Kremlin called the alleged attack a planned terrorist act and an attempt to assassinate the Russian president. In response, Serhiy Nykiforov, a spokesman for President Zelensky, said that Ukraine had no information about the attack on the Kremlin. What happened in Moscow was clearly an attempt from the Russian side to escalate tensions, he said. According to a BBC report, unverified footage going viral online shows smoke rising from the top of the Kremlin. A second video shows a small explosion atop the Senate building while two people are seen climbing the dome. Earlier on Wednesday, 21 people were killed in a Russian attack in Ukraine’s southern Kherson region. According to Zelensky, the shelling took place at a railway station and a crossing, a house, a hardware store, a grocery supermarket and a gas station. Officials said the victims included supermarket customers and an energy company worker who was carrying out repairs.


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