Do more to help, Ukraine's defiant Zelenskiy urges Britain

  • World
  • Wednesday, 09 Mar 2022

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy speaks in a video statement with sand bags behind him, as the Russian invasion continues, in Kyiv, Ukraine March 8, 2022 in this still image obtained from social media. Instagram/Volodymyr Zelenskiy via REUTERS

LONDON (Reuters) -Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy appealed to Britain on Tuesday to do more to help his country battle Russia and punish what he called a "terrorist state", striking a defiant tone that Ukraine would fight on, no matter what the cost.

Addressing Britain's parliament and greeted by a standing ovation in a packed chamber of lawmakers, Zelenskiy documented the Russian invasion day by day, listing the weapons used, the civilians killed and the lack of food and water for many.

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