"Thank you for protecting us": on his way back from Donetsk region, Zelenskyy talks to the Armed Forces at a petrol station. Photos and videos

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Zelenskyy talks to Armed Forces soldiers at petrol station in Donetsk region. Source: The official website of the President of Ukraine

During his visit to Donetsk region on 26 June, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stopped at a petrol station and spoke to Ukrainian servicemen who were there on business. The Head of State had the opportunity to personally thank the soldiers for defending Ukraine.

He posted the relevant footage on Telegram. They show that the President was just drinking coffee at the petrol station, talking to the military and the staff, taking pictures with everyone and wishing the soldiers health and good luck (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).


"The roads of Donbass, the petrol station, the communication with our soldiers. Thank you for everything you do for Ukraine! Thank you for protecting us! I wish everyone health and good luck!" - Zelensky commented on the video.


As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- earlier, Zelensky showed the flag of the Ukrainian Marines, which was handed over to him by the military last month on the Day of the Marines at the front lines of the Armed Forces. The head of state also showed the chevrons of the marine units and thanked the country's defenders;

- The President also listed the names of the units and named the heroic soldiers who have made a special contribution to the counter-offensive in recent days. He admitted that these were the things that impressed his 10-year-old son, Kyrylo, who occasionally visits him at work.

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