Hitler’s former bunker near Vinnytsia proves that no evil can avoid responsibility – President Zelensky
Hitler’s former headquarters and bunker near Vinnytsia, of which just a few stones have left now, proves that no evil can avoid responsibility.
The relevant statement was made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his video address on the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, which was recorded in Borodianka, Kyiv Region.
According to the President of Ukraine, on this day we pay homage to all those who defended their homeland and the world from Nazism, and note the feat of the Ukrainian people and their contribution to the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition.
“They died so that each of us knows what these words mean from books, not from our own experience. But it happened differently. This is unfair to them all. But the truth will win. And we will overcome everything! And the proof of this is called ‘Werewolf’. This is Hitler’s former headquarters and bunker near Vinnytsia. And all that is left of it is a few stones. Ruins. The ruins of a person who considered himself great and invincible. This is a guide for all of us and future generations. What our ancestors fought for. And proved that no evil can avoid responsibility. Will not be able to hide in the bunker. There will be no stone left of it,” Zelensky said.
In his words, the descendants of those who overcame Nazism will win again.
“We will overcome everything. And we know this for sure, because our military and all our people are descendants of those who overcame Nazism. So they will win again. And there will be peace again. Finally again! We will overcome the winter, which began on February 24, lasts on May 8, but will definitely end, and the Ukrainian sun will melt it! And we will meet our dawn together with the whole country. And family, and loved ones, friends and relatives will be together again! Finally again! And over the temporarily occupied cities and villages our flag will fly again. Finally again! And we will get together. And there will be peace! Finally again! And no more black and white dreams, only a blue and yellow dream. Finally again! Our ancestors fought for this,” Zelensky stressed.
A reminder that, on February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin initiated a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, starting a war. Russian troops are shelling and destroying the key infrastructure facilities, launching missile and air strikes on Ukrainian cities and villages, torturing and murdering civilians.