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Ukraine, Russia |  Zelensky in an interview with Putin: I don't have two hours for “nonsense”

Ukraine, Russia | Zelensky in an interview with Putin: I don't have two hours for “nonsense”

Former Fox News journalist Tucker Carlson recently conducted an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, an interview that sparked reactions before and after it was conducted.

But did Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hear what was said? Fox News asked about this when they had the opportunity to interview Zelensky recently.

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The president initially responded that he had read and seen stories about the interview in the media, and that he had heard some things about it through his advisors, but:

– I don't have more than two hours to listen to “nonsense” about us, the war, or our relationship with the United States. It's an interview with a killer, Zelensky tells Fox News.

Down tones Avdijivka meaning

In the interview, the president also downplayed Ukraine's loss of the town of Avdizhievka in the east of the country to Russian forces.

Russian forces took control of the city last week in Moscow's biggest battlefield victory since May last year, when it took control of Bakhmut. Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that his soldiers will advance through the rest of eastern Ukraine.

Zelensky told Fox News that the past year was “complicated” for Ukraine, especially the end of the year.

But he also points to previous victories by Ukrainian forces, especially in the northeastern Kharkiv region, where the interview was conducted. The interview takes place on the occasion of the second anniversary of the start of the war.

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– In these two years, we regained the Kharkiv region. Now we are in this area. We have lifted the blockade of the Black Sea. Zelensky says there are roads to the grain and we have destroyed many ships of the Russian fleet.

– And that's what we did these two years. What were they able to do? This is just one place. He wonders: But at what cost?

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Avdizhevka is located 15 kilometers northwest of the Russian-controlled city of Donetsk in the region of the same name.

Analysts believe that seizing Avdizhievka will make Donetsk safer from Ukrainian attacks and give Moscow time to continue its plan to seize the rest of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

Massive destruction

The war in Ukraine has been going on for two years, and there is no peaceful solution in sight. Millions of people were displaced, and the losses and destruction were enormous.

In a new report, the Norwegian Refugee Council attempts to map the extent of the devastation and suffering caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Through interviews with more than 1,000 Ukrainians from all over Ukraine, they succeeded in drawing one New report A painful picture of displacement, fear and suffering.

Nearly half of those questioned in the east and south of the country, 47 percent, said their homes were damaged during the hostilities.

The report stated that 83% of those surveyed in Ukraine say that they fear for their lives and the lives of others, or that they do not feel safe.

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