There will be no ruin in Ukraine: Zelensky on financial support from allied countries

Sophia ZakrevskayaLife
Zelensky addressed the Ukrainians on April 12

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke about financial support from allied countries and the reconstruction of our state after the war. He noted that there would be no ruin in Ukraine.

Zelensky said this on Wednesday, April 12, in an evening address to the Ukrainian people (to see the video, scroll to the bottom of the page). Before that, he attended a meeting in Washington, D.C., joined by finance ministers from partner countries, representatives from the European Commission and heads of international financial institutions: the IMF, the World Bank, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

First and foremost, they talked about Ukraine's recovery from the war.

"I thanked our partners for helping us to keep Ukraine stable, our financial stability. And I called on them to be more active, so that Ukraine could be more active in rebuilding, in returning normal life to Ukrainians. There will be no ruin in Ukraine. This is our goal. And it will be quite concrete proof of the total loss of the terrorist state," the president said.



He noted that the world knows how to help Ukraine: all assets of Russia, Russian officials and oligarchs must go to compensate those to whom Russia has brought pain and suffering. "Russian assets should go to resume after aggression. The war should turn out to be the most expensive one exactly for the aggressor. And we are doing everything for this," the guarantor added.

The head of state also held a meeting in Kyiv with a bipartisan delegation from the U.S. Senate. During the meeting, the sides discussed the situation on the battlefield and how Ukraine was using U.S. financial and military aid.

"As always, we have demonstrated that our relationship with America in the supply of arms, in financial support, is completely clean, completely transparent. For every cent and every weapon, our partners have a full vision. And it is important that no artificial manipulation spoil our trust," Zelensky said.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky congratulated the graduates of higher education institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. About 400 graduates attended the event.

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