Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy urges Glastonbury to help end war with Russia – Times of India


GLASTONBURY: Ukraine‘s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Friday put in an look on the Glastonbury music competition, urging revellers to band collectively to strive to cease the battle with Russia.
Zelenskyy made his enchantment in English in a recorded video message to tens of hundreds of competition-goers in southwest England earlier than the beginning of a set by The Libertines.
Wearing his now-trademark navy inexperienced t-shirt, he instructed the competition at Worthy Farm that “Russia has stolen our peace”.
“The pandemic has placed on maintain the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals world wide,” he mentioned.
“We in Ukraine would additionally like to dwell life as we used to and revel in freedom and this excellent summer time. But we can’t try this as a result of probably the most horrible (factor) has occurred”, he mentioned.
He urged the crowds, returning to the competition for the primary time since 2019, to “unfold the reality about Russia’s war” and help Ukrainian refugees.
“Put stress on all of the politicians to help restore peace in Ukraine. Time is priceless and on daily basis is measured in human lives,” he added.
Zelenskyy has made a sequence of appearances world wide by way of video-hyperlink from Ukraine, together with an tackle to the UK parliament, European parliament and US Congress.



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