USA wanted to move Zelensky from Kyiv for his safety. He said no “I need ammunition, not a ride”

Volodymyr Zelensky says he’s not leaving Ukraine until the war is over

USA wanted to move Zelensky from Kyiv for his safety. He said no, “I need ammunition, not a ride

Reports reaching gathered by AP said the USA wanted to move President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky who is in the front line, fighting with the Ukrainian military but he rejected the offer.

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The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was asked to evaluate Kyiv at the behest of U.S government but turned down the offer.

“The fight is here, I need ammunition, not a ride” Zelensky said according to a senior American intelligence official who had a direct knowledge of the conversation. AP cited. There have been reports of Zelensky’s demise but hours ago, the President took to his twiter page to tell the world he was still alive and fighting for the Ukrainian people.

“party leaders are here, the head of the President’s office is here, PM is here, Podoliak is here, President is here” he posted earlier.

There were also news that the President had asked the Ukrainian army to surrender. Hours ago, he posted a video to debunk that claim.

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