Zelensky on Memorial and Reconciliation Day: No evil can escape responsibility, no evil can hide in bunker
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, addressing the Ukrainian people and the world on Memorial and Reconciliation Day, said that no evil will escape responsibility and cannot hide in a bunker.
"Fellow Ukrainians! Today, on the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, we pay homage to all those who defended their homeland and the world from Nazism. We note the feat of the Ukrainian people and their contribution to the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition. Explosions, shots, trenches, wounds, famine, bombing, blockades, mass executions, punitive operations, occupation, concentration camps, gas chambers, yellow stars, ghettos, Babyn Yar, Khatyn, captivity, forced labor. They died so that each of us knows what these words mean from books, not from our own experience," Zelensky said in his video address.
"But it happened differently. This is unfair to them all. But the truth will win. No evil can avoid responsibility. Will not be able to hide in the bunker. There will be no stone left of it. So we will overcome everything. And we know this for sure, because our military and all our people are descendants of those who overcame Nazism. So they will win again," he added.