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Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska says US aid is ‘important’ in war

Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska requested Americans to proceed supporting her nation as a whole bunch of hundreds of Russian troops are being despatched to the entrance line.

“Please never stop your support — it’s crucially important for us, it’s vital,” Zelenska mentioned in an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America Monday. “We really feel it, and we’re extraordinarily grateful for it.

“It’s not war between Ukraine and Russia, it’s war for values — for the world,” she mentioned in English. “[It’s a] war for freedom, for human rights, for all that we love.

“We love our children, we love our homes, we love our homeland, and that’s exactly what Ukrainians are fighting for now,” she added.

Zelenska is in New York following her attendance ultimately week’s United Nations General Assembly, which her husband, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, addressed just about.

While in town, she additionally introduced the creation of a charity foundation geared toward rebuilding Ukraine’s schooling and medical infrastructure.

“Our main goal is to help as many people as possible to return home [to Ukraine,]” she mentioned.

Olena Zelenska is in New York attending the UN General Assembly -- which her husband attend virtually.
Olena Zelenska is in New York attending the UN General Assembly — which her husband attended just about.
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“It’s not war between Ukraine and Russia, it’s war for values — for the world.”
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A destroyed building in Mariupol, eastern Ukraine on September 25, 2022 as war continues to rage in Ukraine.
A destroyed constructing in Mariupol, japanese Ukraine on September 25, 2022 as war continues to rage in Ukraine.
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People stand in line for the distribution of hot food organized by the Defense Ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) in Mariupol.
People stand in line for the distribution of sizzling meals organized by the Defense Ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) in Mariupol.
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“For them to be able to return we need to restore hospitals, schools,” she added. “We need to rebuild their homes.”

Zelenska’s go to comes because the Kremlin introduced the draft of some 300,000 reserves and conscripts to bulk up the Russian invasion pressure after a profitable Ukrainian counter-liberated a whole bunch of cities and set the supposed superpower on its heels.

“When the whole world wants this war to be over, they continue to recruit soldiers for their army,” Zelenska mentioned of Moscow’s mobilization. “This is a nasty signal for the entire world.

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“The main difference between our army and the Russian army is that we really know what we are fighting for,” she mentioned.

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