President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine, on Sunday moved closer to two towns near the war front against Russia army.
Zelenskyy in a late night video on Sunday said he made the move after meeting troops in the Zaporizhzhya region.
“After that I went with the head of (my) office to the east. We were in Lysychansk and Soledar,” Zelenskiy said in his nightly video.
“I am proud of everybody I met, everyone I shook hands with, everyone with whom I connected with and had expressed my support”, Zelenskyy said.
According to AJazeera, Lysychansk is in the Luhansk region and Soledar is in the Donetsk region — making up the Donbas, the focus Russia’s advances in eastern Ukraine.