Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his country's goal is to liberate its land from Russians, calling on Ukrainians to work towards achieving that "at every possible level," APA reports citing Teletrader.
"Liberating our land and achieving victory is our national goal. We must work on it every day. Not just the state, but every citizen at any possible level," said the president.
The conflict between Ukraine and Russia, which dates back to 2014, escalated on February 24 this year when Moscow launched its military operation in the Donbass and recognized two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as independent.