President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, addressing the residents of the country on New Year’s Eve, promised that in 2022 the military of the Ukrainian Armed Forces will be able to take pictures in Crimea and Donbass.
The Ukrainian leader said that in the new year, the government will allocate apartments to all participants in the military operation in the east of the country.
According to Zelensky, war veterans will be able to hang pictures at their homes “with brothers, with whom they defended their land.”
“I believe it will be a photo from peaceful Donetsk, Lugansk, Crimea,” the Ukrainian president said.
Earlier, Volodymyr Zelenskyy also said that his main goal is to end hostilities in Donbass.
It was also reported that the day before, Zelensky held a telephone conversation with US President Joe Biden. During the talks, they discussed, in particular, the implementation of reforms and the fight against oligarchs in Ukraine.
Recall that Crimea became part of the Russian Federation after a referendum was held in March 2014, then the majority of the inhabitants of the peninsula spoke in favor of reunification with Russia, but Kiev still does not consider the peninsula to be Russian territory, while the Russian authorities have repeatedly stated that the issue of territorial ownership of Crimea is closed.