“For a long time, Russia has been masking the weakness and stupidity of its government. Now there is so much chaos that no lie can hide it,” said Volodymyr Zelensky in response to the events in Russia
“For a long time, Russia has been masking the weakness and stupidity of its government. Now there is so much chaos that no lie can hide it," said Volodymyr Zelensky in response to the events in Russia. "Our commanders and soldiers know what to do,” added the Ukrainian president.
“Anyone who chooses the path of evil destroys himself. Whoever sends columns of troops to destroy life in another country and cannot stop them from fleeing and betrayal. Whoever terrorizes with missiles and when they are shot down humiliates himself to accept Shahed drones. Who despises people and throws hundreds of thousands into the war, only to eventually barricade himself in the Moscow region from those he has armed himself,” wrote Volodymyr Zelensky on Twitter.
He added that Russia had for a long time masked the weakness and stupidity of its government with propaganda.
“Now there is so much chaos that no lie can hide it. And all because of Moscow, which has been threatening again and again since 1917, although it is unable to lead to anything but this,” Zelensky said.
He added that “Russia's weakness is obvious, full-scale weakness.” “The longer Russia keeps its troops and mercenaries on our soil, the more chaos, pain and problems it will have for itself later. It is obvious,” the head of the Ukrainian state said.
“Ukraine is able to protect Europe from the spread of Russian evil and chaos. We maintain our resilience, unity and strength. All our commanders, all our soldiers know what to do. Glory to Ukraine!” Zelensky wrote.
On Friday, the leader of the mercenary Wagner Group accused the Russian army of launching a missile and artillery attack on a Wagnerian training camp that resulted in up to 2,000 displaced persons. members of this formation were to die. As a consequence, Yevgeny Prigozhin announced the start of the “March for Justice”, in which 25,000 of the Wagnerians are allegedly taking part and whose aim is to deal with the perpetrators of the attack.
On Saturday morning, the leader of the mercenaries announced that he was at the headquarters of the Southern Military District in Rostov-on-Don, awaiting the arrival of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov. He threatened that otherwise the Wagnerians would “go to Moscow”.
There were also reports that the Wagner Group took control of all military facilities in Voronezh, a city located 500 km south of the Russian capital.