World News Desk!!! Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, who is on a visit to Germany, said that Kiev has no plans to attack Russian territories. According to the BBC report, he said this after talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin on Sunday. We are not attacking Russian territory, Zelensky said. We are preparing a counteroffensive to recapture illegally occupied territories, he said. Scholz promised arms worth 2.7 billion euros to Ukraine. This includes advanced German Leopard tanks and more anti-aircraft systems. President Zelensky, on Sunday, traveled to the western city of Aachen to receive the prestigious Charlemagne Prize, which was awarded to him and the Ukrainian people this year. The BBC reported that this honor has been given for efforts to promote European unity.
This award has been received by Winston Churchill, Pope Francis and Bill Clinton. Zelensky’s comments come amid Moscow’s accusations that Ukraine is carrying out attacks inside Russia, including a drone attack on the Kremlin earlier this month. Although Ukraine denies the allegations, it also insists that it has a legitimate right to use force and other means to fully annex its territories currently under Russian control.