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Estonian Prime Minister gives Zelenskyy a sweatshirt with a symbolic inscription: what Kaitsetahe means

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy has a new sweatshirt

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas gave Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy a sweatshirt with a symbolic inscription that characterizes both Ukrainians and Estonians. Zelenskyy delivered a speech in the country's parliament wearing the new shirt.

The sweatshirt with the inscription "Kaitsetahe" was handed to the Ukrainian leader just before he addressed the parliamentarians. Volodymyr Zelenskyy explained the meaning of the foreign word in his powerful speech.

"When I was coming to your parliament today, this sweatshirt was given to me by Mrs. Prime Minister. She said that the meaning of this word has united many Estonians. This is something that is engraved in the hearts of many Ukrainians - the will to defend - Kaitsetahe," Zelenskyy explained in his speech to the Estonians.

Estonian Prime Minister gives Zelenskyy a sweatshirt with a symbolic inscription: what Kaitsetahe means

Kaja Kallas handed the leader of the independent country a military-style sweatshirt, knowing that he had hardly worn any other clothes since the start of the full-scale war.

The white word "Kaitsetahe" could be seen on his chest. You can often see Volodymyr Zelenskyy in such things. Usually, these are sweatshirts with a coat of arms, a laconic inscription, or the flag of Ukraine.

Estonian Prime Minister gives Zelenskyy a sweatshirt with a symbolic inscription: what Kaitsetahe means

To recap, Estonia's President said that Ukraine must win the battle against Russia because it is about the survival of the Ukrainian people.

As previously reported, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on the West to increase support for Ukraine. He emphasized that the Armed Forces of Ukraine need more shells and they will move forward.

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