Zelensky in front of the Albanian Parliament: boycott Russia and keep it away

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated his call for the world to eliminate Russia from all international financial and trading systems.

In a speech on the site web Zoom, called on the Albanian parliament today, Tuesday, so that Europe and the world stop buying oil from Russia, close Russian banks and stop trading with it.

Close the doors

He also called for the closure of ports to Russian ships and the restriction of the arrival of Russian tourists, according to the Associated Press.

It was “just plain unfair,” Zelensky said of the United Nations purchase of nearly $ 2.5 billion in materials from Russia for its humanitarian operations.

He also thanked Albania for its full support, above all in within the United Nations Security Council, of which he is a temporary member.

The Ukrainian president had confirmed in an interview with Al-Arabiya, gone in On Monday evening, Ukrainian forces are not launching an attack on Russian territory, but rather the opposite.

He also pointed out that the Russians have closed all ports in the country and besieged the sea canals.

Addressing the parliaments of the world

It is interesting to note that the Ukrainian president, since the beginning of the Russian military operation on 24 February last, is used to turning to the parliaments of the world to convey the message of his country and to ask for the help of friendly countries.

Interestingly, since the start of the Russian operation, NATO member Albania has joined with other European countries in imposing economic sanctions on Russia and preventing Russian planes from using its airspace, according to the agency. Reuters press cited in precedence.

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Last March, the mayor of the Albanian capital Tirana announced that Albania would change the name of a street in the city that hosts the Russian and Ukrainian embassies. in “Free Ukraine Street” in a sign of support for the Ukrainian resistance.

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