Zelensky: The President of Ukraine will speak by videoconference before Congress on Tuesday

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Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky in a videoconference on March 27.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky in a videoconference on March 27.Presidency of Ukraine (Europa Press)

Ukraine’s president will speak in front of the deputy congress next Tuesday, as Cortes’ President Meritxel Betet announced on Wednesday. “We have maintained close contact with the embassy [ucrania] To see the best time and today they have finally confirmed the day and time that President Volodymyr Zelensky did. It will take place on April 5th at 4 pm”, Battet announced briefly. The Ukrainian leader has already spoken in the parliaments of the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and France. The Zelensky government has requested that Battet himself and Pedro Sánchez, the president of the Spanish executive, also intervene in that act.

Meritxel Bettet details the format of Zelensky’s speech, which, at the request of the Embassy of Ukraine, will be the first brief introduction by the President of Congress, followed by words by teleconference from the Ukrainian President to Hemicycle and, finally, that of President Sánchez. Replication. The act would last a total of 30 minutes, Battet specified, which has ensured that it is the duration of Zelensky’s previous appearances in other parliaments. Although the session will be held in Congress, it will also be open to senators and potential guests, such as those from the Embassy of Ukraine in Madrid. Batett reported ratification of the Act this afternoon to the courts, spokesmen for all groups, the president of the Senate and members of the executive.

Zelensky’s long-awaited presentation to the Spanish parliament has been delayed by a few days, which was initially requested and agreed to because of the security problems of the Ukrainian president, with whom the previous appointment was made a few weeks earlier and who to be cancelled. The Congressional Technical Services have already tested the technical system for transmission several days ago, using two existing side cameras and two new ones, installed just below the Presidential Gallery, to observe all interference. . MPs are present, and another right in front of where United We Can’s deputy, Pablo Ichenic, who attends the session in an electric wheelchair, is usually located. On Tuesday the 5th, the start of the plenary session at 3:00 p.m. was already scheduled, so now the Spokesperson will discuss and decide whether the session begins as usual or is delayed until Zelensky’s speech.

Since Russia invaded Ukrainian soil on 24 February, Zelensky has already spoken in front of chambers of other countries, always by videoconference. On 8 March, he spoke in the British Parliament, and assured that Ukraine would not surrender or lose the war. He said on that occasion, “We will fight till the end by sea and air, we will fight for our land, no matter what happens.” A few days later, on March 16, words were to the United States Congressman, before whom he requested more military aid for the 9/11 attacks and the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. On 17 March, he spoke in front of the German parliament, and referring to the Berlin Wall, he argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin was building “a new wall against freedom” in Ukraine, this time. Zelensky was critical of France in his speech to French deputy and senators on March 23, when the Ukrainian president accused that country’s companies of continuing to operate in Russia and funding Putin’s war. Following his words, Renault suspended activity in Moscow.

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