Ukraine’s First Lady, Olena Zelenska, has released an emotional speech criticising the Russian invasion, calling it a “mass slaughter” of people.
She concentrated on kid casualties, naming three youngsters who perished in the bombardments.
She stated that Ukraine desired peace but would preserve its borders and identity.
Mrs. Zelenska’s whereabouts are unknown, and her husband, President Volodymyr Zelensky, has stated that his family is a target for Russian soldiers.
Mrs Zelenska said in an open letter released late Tuesday in English on the Ukrainian president’s website on International Women’s Day that she had received several requests for interviews and that her message served as a response.
She stated that the invasion was “It is difficult to believe. Our country was calm, and our cities, towns, and villages were vibrant”.