Putin vs Zelenksy body language: 'Defensive' Russia humiliated as Ukraine 'stands strong'


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Ukraine’s President said in the rousing speech: “Over the last couple of days, I don’t know how to welcome and greet everybody because I cannot say ‘good morning’, ‘good afternoon’ or ‘good evening’.

“For some people, this day is not good. For some people, this day is the last one. I speak today now about my citizens of Ukraine who are defending freedom by paying the ultimate price.”

He added: “This is a tragedy, this is the price they will have to pay. It’s a Ukrainian tragedy for our entire state. Thousands of people were killed, two revolutions and one war, and five days of a full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.”

While speaking of the horrific ongoings in Ukraine, Mr Zelensky was visibly upset but put his words across extremely clearly and calmly. While in an earlier address to Russia’s forces before the invasion, President Putin was just as calm – but the Russian leader’s body language revealed a different story.


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