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Volodymyr Zelenskyy gives reference of Pearl Harbor and 9/11

The Ukrainian president addresses Congress.

The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy gives reference to Pearl Harbor and 9/11. On Wednesday, Zelenskyy addresses Congress. Thus, during his address, he makes an emotional appeal by citing these two events.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy is seeking help for his nation in the war against Russia. Currently, Russia and Ukraine are undergoing war. Russia is shelling Ukraine and cities. It is damaging Ukraine’s infrastructure and killing its citizens.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy gives reference to Pearl Harbor and 9/11

Now, while addressing the lawmakers in the Congress room, Zelenskyy cites the two incidents.

Zelenskyy begs the world to understand the circumstances of Ukraine. He says that the world understands the crises and wars through history. Thus, Ukrainian and Ukraine expect the world to extend an understanding towards it at the moment as it undergoes crisis.

Further, he precisely talks about the morning of 7th December 1941. On this day, pearl harbour was blown. He emotionally appeals and makes comparisons. He asks the witnesses of Pearl Harbor to recall the airstrikes.

Secondly, he talks about the harrowing incident of 9/11. He says that on this day independent territory turns into a battlefield.


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