"Russia won't withstand if we continue to resist": Zelenskyi addressed the Lithuanian people in Vilnius. Video
On Wednesday, January 10, during his visit to Lithuania, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi addressed the Lithuanian people. In his speech, he emphasized that the terrorist state of Russia and its dictator Vladimir Putin will not stop unless they are halted.
This can only be achieved together, through cooperation. The video of the President's speech in Vilnius was published by the Office of the President of Ukraine.
"The resilience of our soldiers is also your resilience. And our Ukrainian premonition is that Russia will not survive if we continue to resist it. This is also a confirmation of our rightness, the rightness of our common historical choice to be independent," the President emphasized.
"This is what must happen. And for this, we must do everything we can in maximum unity, do as much as necessary to achieve our goal - there will be no more empires," Zelenskyi said.
The Ukrainian leader emphasized that Putin will not stop until he destroys Ukraine. And if our country does not defeat Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Moldova may be next.
Zelenskyi told the Lithuanians that Ukraine managed to repel 70% of Russian strikes before and during the New Year holidays, but our country needs more modern air defense systems.
During the talks, the Ukrainian and Lithuanian sides agreed to jointly produce anti-drone weapons. Lithuania also approved a long-term support package for Ukraine worth 200 million euros, according to which Kyiv will receive ammunition and generators in January.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
– Zelenskyi said in Vilnius that Ukraine does not yet feel pressure from its partners to freeze the war that Russia has started on the territory of our country. The allies are not yet ready to officially express the relevant signals.
– Lithuania has approved a new package of military aid to Ukraine worth 200 million euros. It will include, among other things, ammunition, generators, detonation systems, and M-577 armored personnel carriers.