Volodymyr Zelenskyy does not connect the end of the Putin regime with the end of the war in Ukraine

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KATERYNA TYSHCHENKOTHURSDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2022, 22:39

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy does not connect the possible end of Vladimir Putin’s regime in Russia with the end of the war in Ukraine.

Source: Zelenskyy in an interview with the German newspaper Bild, the video was published on Zelenskyy’s Telegram

Quote from Zelenskyy on the question of whether the war will only end when the Putin regime collapses: “I do not associate this with the end of the war. Putin’s regime will certainly end when the people of Russia decide. We do not influence this.

But who will replace him? The question is not about the person. The question lies in the philosophy of their regime, in the philosophy of maintaining their power, the philosophy of their attitude towards Ukraine. If they don’t change it, if they don’t change their doctrine, it doesn’t matter who will be there in its place – a young man, an old man, etc.”

Details: The journalist also told Zelenskyy that last week he asked Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, if she would be happy if Putin died. She replied that no one should be happy about someone’s death. The journalist asked if Zelenskyy agrees with this statement.

Quote from Zelenskyy: “I disagree with that. I have a different opinion about the military and political leadership and every Russian military man who came to our country. I’m sorry, I don’t wish them well and I don’t want them have a long life. As soon as they come here I want them to leave our country and if they don’t I wish them all a happy ending…

I don’t need to look for any diplomacy here. I think that all people, from President Putin and ending with his entourage, including all the military personnel who came to our country, I do not wish any of them a long life for sure.”

More details: When asked if he has a favorite joke about Putin, Zelenskyy laughed and said he does, but he’s not ready to tell. “You want to laugh, but in Russia they want to cry. I’m not sure if this is appropriate. It’s called black humor,” the president said.

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