Fatigue from the war unleashed by Russia will mean the death of Ukraine. This was stated by First Lady Olena Zelenska in an interview with the leading British broadcaster BBC News.
"Simply put, we cannot get tired of this situation, because otherwise we will die. And if the world gets tired, it will just let us die. We badly need help," said the President's wife, answering a question from BBC correspondent Laura Kuenssberg.
At the same time, she called the Russian aggression a dangerous chain reaction that could spread around the world.
"Many destructive forces are now watching whether the world will stop the aggression in Ukraine... If influential global organizations limit themselves to "concern", all current and future aggressors will see that they can do anything," the President's wife is convinced.
Olena Zelenska said that due to Russian attacks, only a third of Ukrainian children can study full-time, and this is a big challenge for the country and education. She also spoke about the experience of Kharkiv region, where a protected underground educational space is being built to accommodate about 500 children and teachers from local schools.
The First Lady emphasized that, despite everything, children have the right to a safe and full education and are eager for a normal life.