Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has warned that Russia’s war against his nation is only the first invasion planned by Vladimir Putin.
“The desire to conquer other countries … We are the first in line. Who’s coming next? “Zelenskyy asked in his daily address on Friday.
Fears that Russia will not stop its brutal struggle in Ukraine were triggered by comments earlier this week from a Russian general detailing the Kremlin’s intention to control all of southern Ukraine for better access to Moldova – marking this nation as the next apparent goal.
Moldova, which moved to the EU last month, convened Moscow’s ambassador on Friday to express “deep concern” over the general’s shocking remarks.
Russia has revealed its true goal as cheeky “imperialism,” Ukraine’s defense ministry said in a statement.