Ukraine Crisis: Declare Russia a 'terrorist country', Zelensky demands

Russia Ukraine War: Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has demanded that Shiites be declared a "terrorist country" and that sanctions be imposed on Russia.

Ukraine has been able to hold on to a formidable enemy even after it was left alone after the Russian invasion. Russia's offensive in the last 13 days has claimed the lives of many Ukrainians, while Russia has suffered heavy losses. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday called on the British Parliament to extend a helping hand to Ukraine. This time, Zelensky called on the British Parliament to declare Russia a "terrorist state." At the same time, he called for tougher sanctions on Russia "to keep our skies safe."

Ukrainian President Zhelensky, 44, addressed the House of Commons via a video link. In his speech, Zelensky also mentioned former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the famous poet-writer Shakespeare. Winston Churchill's speech in the House of Commons in 1940 during World War II was one of the most influential speeches ever made.

'Boris, I thank you. We need your help to help the West, "Zelensky told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

'We will not kneel before the enemy and we will not be defeated. We will fight for our country to the last breath, "Zelensky told the British Parliament.

Zelensky's speech was very effective and emotional. On this, the British Parliament tried to encourage the Ukrainian President by giving him a standing ovation.

For the first time, a foreign leader addressed a House of Commons MP in front of the British Parliament. Prime Minister Boris Johnson then discussed the Ukraine crisis with the leaders of Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

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