Ukraine War: Zelensky's appeal to global leaders, said - impose maximum sanctions on Russia, end all kinds of trade
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday addressed the World Economic Forum Annual Conference 2022 via video conference. He appealed to all the countries of the world to end all trade with Moscow.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday urged global leaders to impose maximum sanctions on Russia. Addressing the World Economic Forum Annual Conference, 2022 via video conference, he urged the end of all trade with Moscow, apart from a ban on trading in all Russian banks and Russian oil. Zelensky said, it should be decided whether an autocratic power will rule the world? Values should be respected.
We are ready for reconstruction work
Zelensky also said that we are ready for post-war reconstruction work and will provide immense potential in this work. We would like to request our partner countries, cities and companies to take the protection of a particular region or city. Denmark and the European Union have already selected regions. Zelensky also urged the leaders present at the conference to forge trade ties with Ukraine and end them with Russia.
87 soldiers killed in Russian attack
According to the news agency Reuters report, Ukraine has reported the biggest military loss so far in the ongoing war with Russia. Addressing the Davos economic conference, Zelensky said last week's Russian attack on a barracks in the northern region killed 87 Ukrainian soldiers. Ukrainian soldiers were staying in this barrack located at a training camp. Earlier, Russia said it had targeted a training camp with a long-range missile.
Russian soldier sentenced to life in Ukraine
According to the AP, a Ukrainian court sentenced Russian soldier Sergeant Vadim Shishmarin to life in prison for killing a local civilian. This is the first time Ukraine has been sentenced for a war crime since the start of the conflict with Russia. In the early days of the war, Vadim shot a villager in the head in the Sumy region.