Ukrainian President Zelensky pleaded for help as he introduced a great tribute to the Ukrainian people. He spoke through a pre-recorded video at tonight’s Grammy Awards
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President Volodymyr Zelensky made a plea for help in Ukraine at tonight’s Grammy Awards.
The President of Ukraine pre-recorded a video to be played at tonight’s event, held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, as he urged people to speak out and help Ukraine amid the ongoing crisis. over there.
“War does not allow us to choose who survives and who stays in endless silence,” he told those present at home and the audience, and urged people to “fill the silence with music.” your music”.
John Legend then took to the stage to perform his new song Free, where he collaborated with Ukrainian singer Mika Newton.
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The poet Lyuba Yakimchuk, from the Donbas region, also enjoyed them on stage. They have just fled Ukraine.
In a poignant introduction to the stunning performance, he told the audience: “Tell the truth about this war on your social networks, on TV. Support us in any way you can, but not silence. And then peace will come.”
“For all our cities, war is ravaging – Chernihiv, Kharkiv, Volnovakha, Mariupol and others. They are legends already, but I have a dream that they live. And free. Free like you on the Grammy stage.”
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It comes after the President made a plea to the UK government for support as he tackled the struggles of the Ukrainian people.
“These 13 days of struggle. One day at 4 a.m. we were attacked with cruise missiles. People woke up. People, children, the whole of Ukraine. And since then, we haven’t been. sleep,” he said as he spoke directly to the UK parliament.
“We all fought for our country with our troops. On the second day, we fought the air raids and our heroic conscripts across the country. The archipelago tried to fight when Russian forces asked us to lay down our weapons.”
“However, we needed to keep fighting and we did. We felt our forces, the forces of those against the occupiers, and to the very end. The next day, artillery began to fight us. Our army showed us who we were and we were able to see our people and who were best known,” he added in long speech.
“We will fight to the end at sea. In the air. We will continue to fight for our land no matter what. We will fight in the woods, in the fields, on the coast, on the roads. We are looking for your help, the help of civilized nations. We are very grateful for this help and I am very grateful to you, Boris.”
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