Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky recently said that the end of the war has begun. He made this statement after the retreat of the Russian army in Kherson. A day after this statement, the news of two blasts in Kyiv has come to the fore. A Reuters journalist in Ukraine said at least two explosions were heard in Kyiv on Tuesday, 15 November 2022. A plume of smoke has been seen rising at the time of these blasts.
According to Reuters, President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the leaders of the Group of 20 countries meeting in Bali via video conference, and a few hours after his address, airstrikes were warned across Ukraine. This warning was followed by two explosions, which the city of Kyiv heard and saw smoke rising.
Russia’s reaction to Zelensky’s speech
After Zelensky’s address, Russia responded by saying that Russia has responded to Zelensky’s powerful speech at the G-20 with a new missile attack.
Presidential Staff Chief Andrey Yermak wrote on Twitter whether anyone seriously thinks that Kremnil really wants peace. He wants to obey orders. Terrorists always lose in the end.
Zelensky claims the end of the war
Zelensky said that we are moving slowly in the areas temporarily occupied by Russia. Walking the streets of Kherson, Zelensky said that freeing Kherson from Russian troops is the beginning of the end of the war. He had also accepted that a large number of people had died in the recapture of Kherson from Russia. Russia still controls about 70 percent of Kherson. However, what was Zelensky’s visit to Kherson to boost the morale of the army and the civilians.