March 23, 2023

Ukraine War: Bear Grylls met Zelensky, saw the harsh conditions of people’s lives in the war-ravaged country

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British TV presenter Bear Grylls met with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.
Grylls said on Instagram that this has been an experience for me like no other.
Grylls wrote that the world will see a side of Zelensky that has never been shown before.

Kyiv. British adventurer and TV presenter Bear Grylls recently met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the war-torn country. Sharing his experiences on Instagram, Grylls said that he wanted to know from this visit to Kyiv how Zelensky is preparing to deal with the upcoming events. But he got a lot more information from it. Grylls wrote that ‘this week I had the privilege of traveling to Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and spending time with President Zelensky. This has been an experience for me like no other.

Grylls wrote that as everyone knows that his country has severe winters and due to the attack on his country’s infrastructure, survival is a very harsh and real daily struggle for millions of people. Through this special program, the world will see a side of President Zelensky that has never been shown before. Grylls said he wanted to ask how Zelensky was actually coping with things. Still, he got a lot more information than that. This program is coming soon. Grylls thanked Zelensky’s officers for providing excellent hospitality during these difficult times and expressed hope that they would remain strong. He also shared some pictures of his meeting with Zelensky.

Russian attack intensifies in Kherson, Ukraine, mayor appeals to people to leave the city

Significantly, since the beginning of the Russian offensive in February 2022, about 32,000 civilian targets and more than 700 critical infrastructure facilities have been damaged in Ukraine. Ukraine’s diplomat Yevney Yesenin recently said in an interview with Ukrainian media that as is to be expected from terrorists, Russians target civilian targets. So far, about 32,000 such civilian targets have been destroyed by Russian missiles and shells. These are mainly private houses or civilian apartment buildings. Yesenin said that only 3 percent of recorded attacks took place on military facilities. So far more than 700 infrastructure facilities – airfields, bridges, oil depots, power sub-stations etc. have been destroyed by Russian attacks.

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