The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a war waged against peaceful people. This was said by First Lady Olena Zelenska in an interview with BBC, answering questions from the host of Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg program.
"This is not a war with an army, this is a war to intimidate, to use scorched land tactics and to enter empty cities and villages," the First Lady said.
Answering the question about what she would say to the residents of Great Britain who really want to help Ukrainians, but are at the same time worried about whether they will be able to pay their bills against the backdrop of rising energy prices and whether they will be able to live on, Olena Zelenska noted: "I understand that the situation is very difficult. I would like to remind you that when prices rise in the world, this is exactly what happens in Ukraine, too. Everything is becoming more expensive here as well. But at the same time, we have people killed in our country. Daily".
The President's wife emphasized that she is trying to convey to the world information about the consequences of Russian aggression in Ukraine, speaking on all possible world media platforms, and thanked Great Britain and its government for consistent support of our country.
"When we are supported so sincerely and powerfully, we feel that we are not alone," Olena Zelenska summed up.