President Zelensky calls Russia "aggressor" in public

Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called Russia
"aggressor" in public during IForum, broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.  
“Today, we, unfortunately, are losing to Kazakhstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Moldova, Baltic States and aggressor,” he said commenting on the statistics of the development of the e-government.

During his speech, Zelensky used the word “dudes” and apologized for that. He also denied the possibility to hold talks with Russia.
Volodymyr Zelensky assumed the office and became the sixth president of Ukraine. The solemn ceremony of inauguration took place in Kyiv on Monday, May 20. The new head of the state greeted the audience that welcomed him at Mariinsky Park in the downtown Kyiv. Zelensky passed the improvised corridor in the park, shaking hands and making selfies with his supporters. The head of the state made the oath the traditional way, with his right hand on Peresopnytsia Gospels and the Constitution of Ukraine. In his bold speech, the new leader announced he would dismiss the Ukrainian Parliament. He also urged the Ukrainian Government to resign if they could not act effectively anymore.
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