Ukraine’s President addressed Congress.
Zelensky’ late-night address: Day 17 of the war is over. “The Russian invaders cannot conquer us. They do not have such strength. They do not have such spirit. They rely only on violence. Only on terror. Only on weapons, of which they have a lot.” pic.twitter.com/N0DoBPyVmZ
— Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) March 13, 2022
I have translated and added subtitles to the latest video speech by Vladimir Putin from two hours ago. Please don’t let it go in vain – I want everyone to see what a speech of true fascism looks like.
No further comment needed, it’s all here, in his speech pic.twitter.com/QEzsG9BODX
— Michael Elgort 🤍❤️🤍🇺🇦✡️ (@just_whatever) March 16, 2022
This new package on its own will provide unprecedented assistance to Ukraine.
It includes 800 anti-aircraft systems to make sure the Ukrainian military can continue to defend Ukrainian airspace against the planes and helicopters that are attacking their people.
— President Biden (@POTUS) March 16, 2022
BREAKING: Britain announces that a UN Security Council emergency meeting will be held on Russia's war crimes in Ukraine
— Samuel Ramani (@SamRamani2) March 16, 2022
BREAKING: France's Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian says Russia is only pretending to negotiate with Ukraine
— Samuel Ramani (@SamRamani2) March 17, 2022
Putin has collapsed Russian power faster than the unraveling of the Soviet position from 1977-1980 (yes, pre-Reagan), and even faster than the Tsar in 1917. We're seeing something happen in real time that has no historical precedent for speed. https://t.co/rG7V03I47q
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) March 16, 2022
In other words, by officially praising Ukraine’s unity and strength today, China has just spelled the end to Russia’s last chance.
— Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 (@IAPonomarenko) March 16, 2022
⚡️ China's Ambassador to Ukraine congratulates them for their unity and resistance. Also promises to help Ukraine economically and to help rebuild.⚡️
— spook (@spook_info) March 17, 2022