Verkhovna Rada denies Zelensky’s departure to Poland

The Verkhovna Rada refuted the statement of State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky left Ukraine. Earlier, Mr. Volodin, citing Rada deputies, said that Mr. Zelensky was in Poland.

“This is not true,” the Verkhovna Rada’s Telegram channel says. The message of Mr. Volodin was called a fake there.

The last time Vladimir Zelensky appeared in public was yesterday, March 3, at a press conference in Kyiv. Today, March 4, he released a video message in which he stated that Russian troops attacked the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

Read more about the situation in Ukraine on the ninth day after the introduction of troops – in the online broadcast “Kommersant”.

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