“There will be no World War III”


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a video speech at the Golden Globes on Tuesday night, promising that his country would defeat Russian aggression.

After being introduced in early 2021 by actor Sean Penn, who has defended Zelensky since the war broke out, Zelensky shared a pre-recorded message thanking the United States for its continued support, while adding that “the tide is turning.” in the war.

“World War I cost millions of lives. World War II made tens of millions. There will be no Third World War,” Zelensky said. “This is not a trilogy: Ukraine stops Russian aggression on our land.”

Zelensky also noted that World War II was ending when the first Golden Globes were awarded in 1943.

“We are now in 2023: the war in Ukraine is not over yet, but the tide is turning and we know who will win,” Zelensky said. “But there are still battles and tears to come. But now I can tell you exactly who was the best a year ago: it was you, the free people of the free world, united around the support of the free Ukrainian people in our common struggle for freedom and democracy.

“For the right to live, to love, to be born. “Whoever you are, wherever you come from, whoever you are with, fight for the right of the new generation to know war only through cinema,” he added. “We will get there together. VE Day: I hope you will all join us for our VE Day.

Zelensky’s speech at the Golden Globes followed his address to the US Congress in December and his visit with President Joe Biden. The latest bill for 2022 sent another $45 billion to Ukraine and NATO allies.

Last year, Zelensky also spoke at the Grammy Awards in a video of himself in a bunker.

At that time, Zelensky said: “The silence of destroyed cities and murdered people.” “Our children build flying rockets, not stars. More than 400 children were injured and 153 children died. And we never see them painting. Our parents are happy in the morning. In bomb shelters, but alive. Our loved ones do not know that we will be together again.

The Oscars have not said whether they will invite Zelensky to speak on their telecast this year.


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