Ukrainian banner is "still alive and free," Zelensky tells a group in Lithuania

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addresses the crowd at Lukiskiu Square in Vilnius, Lithuania, on Tuesday.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tended to a public group in Lithuania on Tuesday, saying that the Ukrainian banner is "still alive and free" in spite of being enduring an onslaught.

Zelensky highlighted a Ukrainian banner sent from the troubled city of Bakhmut, saying it is an image that Lithuania and the remainder of Europe won't ever need to battle Russian fighters since there will be no conflict in Europe. Ukraine will safeguard its opportunity and Europe's opportunity, he added.

Zelensky is in Vilnius for the NATO culmination. After his discourse, the Ukrainian banner sent from the cutting edges of the conflict was brought up in the Lithuanian capital.

"NATO will give Ukraine security," Zelensky added as his nation keeps on offering to enlist in the tactical collusion. "Ukraine will make NATO more grounded."
"Russian desires will remain in ruins," he said..

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