Ukraine Crisis: Ukraine’s president told the date of the attack

The date of the attack was revealed by Ukraine’s president.
During this time, Ukraine’s President, Vladimir Zelensky, has added fuel to the fires of dissent with one of his Facebook posts. The day of Russia’s attack on Ukraine will be February 16, he wrote in his post. In his post, Zelensky also stated that he wants to resolve all disagreements through dialogue. We’ve been told that the attack will take place on February 16th, he said. He went on to say that it would be Ekta Diwas. He stated that the relevant order had already been signed. We will raise the national flag, wear blue-yellow ribbons, and show the world our unity this afternoon.

Ukraine told her heroine that her grandmother bought an AK-47 for the country.

In Ukraine, everyone, including children and the elderly, is receiving military training in order to defend the country in the event of a Russian attack. Valentina Konstantinovska, a 79-year-old grandmother from Mariupol in eastern Ukraine, is one of them. There are numerous photos of Valentiva receiving AK-47 training from National Guard soldiers. In unison, Ukrainians refer to her as a heroine.

The United States has asked its citizens to leave Ukraine immediately.

In the midst of the rising tensions, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated, “We have decided to temporarily relocate our embassy from Kiev to Lviv in light of the dramatic deployment of Russian forces on the Ukrainian border.” It is in the middle of its procedure.

“We strongly advise all American citizens to leave Ukraine as soon as possible,” he said. A Pentagon spokesman, however, stated that the US does not believe Putin has decided to attack, but that he may do so without warning.

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