Ukraine is ready to fight for every inch of it until the final liberation. This was said Tuesday by a delegation of officials, activists and intellectuals from Ukraine in a debate with students and lecturers at the University of Tetovo, reports The Geopost.
Ukrainian political scientist and author of the book “How Putin’s Propaganda Works,” Mikola Davidyuk, said that Russian propaganda has increased even more aggressively since the book was published in 2016.
According to him, during this period, many politicians and journalists have been tools that have tried to steal and destroy everything that Ukraine has built since its independence. Davidyuk added that today Ukraine is desperately trying to create a union of the democratic world against Russian aggression. “The liberation of every corner of Ukraine’s territory is a prerequisite for the security of Europe,” he added.
At the tribune, Davidyuk also showed several video footage of the destruction left by the Russian army, including apartments, houses, schools, institutions, business facilities and infrastructure.
Tetyana Shcherbak, deputy governor of the Kiev region, said Ukraine is determined to fight until the liberation of the last inch of its territory, regardless of the price it will pay. She thanked the audience of UT students and faculty, as well as activists and journalists, for the support the democratic world is giving to the war in Ukraine.
While Nenad Canak, a politician and activist for peace and democracy from Serbia, said that Russia’s aggression in Ukraine can be explained in one sentence: a totalitarian and imperial ideology has attacked a country that is trying to become a member of the European Union (EU). and NATO.
As host, the rector of UT, Jusuf Zejneli, said that today the University of Tetovo, in cooperation with the Institute for Regional Cooperation BIRC, is organizing this tribune on the war in Ukraine, where “the fundamental values of democracy, freedom and the fundamental rights of a people are being violated.”
“You know that the aggression that takes place against this population certainly requires special attention, and in this case it is treated by various researchers and experts.” Therefore, it is also in the general interest for universities to deal with issues that, on the whole, are related to the violation of democratic values, Zejneli said.
The tribune titled “Confessions from Ukraine” was organized by the Institute for Regional Cooperation BIRC and the University of Tetovo (UT)./The Geopost/