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King Charles III addressed Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Great War: this is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression

Charles III released a message to Ukrainians

On the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, King of Great Britain Charles III addressed the free people of the unbreakable country. The monarch expressed his admiration for the courage of Ukrainians entering the "tragic third year" of the great war.

He also added that he was proud to be involved in Ukraine's fight against the bloodthirsty aggressor. The relevant post appeared on the ruler's page with a photo taken during a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyi.

"The determination and strength of the Ukrainian people continues to inspire as the unprovoked attack on their land, their lives, and their livelihoods enters its third tragic year. Despite the enormous hardship and pain they have endured, Ukrainians continue to demonstrate the heroism with which the world so closely associates them. This is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression," His Majesty said.

King Charles III addressed Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Great War: this is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression

The King assured that he has felt the strength of Ukrainians' spirit personally during the numerous meetings he has had since the beginning of the full-scale war, from the couple Volodymyr Zelenskyi and Olena Zelenska to the recruits who are training in the UK.

King Charles III addressed Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Great War: this is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression
King Charles III addressed Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Great War: this is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression

"I continue to be greatly encouraged that the United Kingdom and our allies remain at the forefront of international efforts to support Ukraine at this time of such great suffering and need. My heart goes out to all those affected and I keep them in my thoughts and prayers," the monarch said.

King Charles III addressed Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Great War: this is true valor in the face of unspeakable aggression

As you know, the King hasn't been seen in public much lately due to his cancer diagnosis. Only two days ago, he held his first official meeting in several months at Buckingham Palace.

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