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Zelenksy calls Russia ‘bloodthirsty scum’ after Zaporizhzhia strike

Negotiating with Moscow would be capitulation: Ukraine presidency
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday called Russia a “terrorist state” and “bloodthirsty scum” after strikes on a civilian convoy killed at least 25 and wounded 50.

“Only complete terrorists could do this,” Zelensky said, after the shelling in the southern Zaporizhzhia region. He called Russia a “terrorist state”, adding: “Bloodthirsty scum! You will definitely answer. For every lost Ukrainian life!”

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