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Selenskyj describes a hellish scenario for Russian soldiers

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has pointed out to Russian soldiers alleged misconceptions about the course of his invasion. “They keep looking for the imaginary Nazis they supposedly wanted to protect our people from and they still can’t find any Ukrainians to greet them with flowers,” Zelenskyy said in a video address early Monday.

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“The Russian military cannot find a way home, and that is why our military helps them on the way to God’s judgment, before which everyone receives only one punishment – the eternal basement, forever in the rain of bombs , forever without food, water and heating.” This is the punishment “for everything they did to our people,” Zelenskyy added.

Video messages from the Ukrainian head of state, in which Zelenskyj occasionally addresses Russian soldiers or the Russian population directly, are now an integral part of defense measures against Russian attacks after 25 days of war.

Zelenskyy had previously referred to Israel’s mediating role in the war with Russia in a video posted on Telegram on Sunday night. In it he described Jerusalem as the “right place to find peace”. Consequently, his appearance in front of the Israeli parliament on Sunday made the work of “Russian propagandists” “difficult”.

The Jew Zelenskyy alluded to the Russian claim that Ukraine was run by “neo-Nazis”. Russian President Vladimir Putin justified his invasion of the neighboring country with an alleged “denazification” of Ukraine.

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In his controversial video message to Knesset members, he accused Israel of being unhelpful and refusing to impose sanctions on Russia and compared Russia to Nazi Germany.

On the other hand, Selenskyj recognized Hollywood stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. “Impressed by his determination. You inspire the world,” the 44-year-old wrote on Twitter on Sunday (local time). In addition, Selenskyj posted a photo showing a video call with him and the actor couple.

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