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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Zelensky called on Ukraine for unity

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Tuesday called for an end to the spread of “rumors or any other pseudo-information” that could undermine the country’s unity against Russia.

Addressing the Ukrainian parliament, Zelensky called for an end to public speculation about the resignation of Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov and stressed that only the president can make such decisions and announce them.

Recall that David Arakhamia, a representative of the Servant of the People party, to which Zelensky belongs, said on Sunday that after a corruption scandal in the ministry, Reznikov would be transferred to another post.

A day later, after Zelenskiy remained silent on the issue and other politicians publicly defended the minister’s performance, Arakhamia said there were apparently no personnel changes this week.

“We are taking personal and institutional steps at different levels in the defense and security sector that will help strengthen Ukraine’s position,” Zelensky wrote on Telegram, referring to his speech in parliament.

“For each of these steps, personal or institutional, the necessary information is provided at the decision-making level,” he said, stressing that only the president is responsible for these decisions.

Zelensky thanked all those who help to preserve Ukraine’s unity in the face of Russian aggression.

“Only by helping our country, not allowing the enemy to play on the emotions of our people, and doing everything possible to ensure that our soldiers have more weapons, can we ensure success. Ukraine. And we will!” he said.

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