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Zelensky’s speech at the Berlinale shocked the Germans

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Moscow, February 17 – Readers of the German newspaper Die Welt are actively discussing the speech of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the opening of the Berlin International Film Festival.

In it, the Ukrainian leader called on filmmakers and artists to unequivocally declare their support for Ukraine, emphasizing that in such circumstances and at such times, art cannot be neutral.

One commentator wrote: “There is no such event where Zelensky would not satisfy us with his moral sermons. <...> Life goes on, and Ukraine doesn’t always have to play the first violin.

“Is there any other event in the West where a comedian from Ukraine isn’t invited?” another asked.

“Tomorrow there will be a birthday party in kindergarten. Can I count on Zelensky’s speech?” – the third made fun of him.

The golden bear went to Zelensky as the best political representative,” another user joked.

“When I saw it on the screen, I immediately pressed the button on the remote control. It’s good that you can still do it yourself,” the reader summed up.

Earlier, Ukrainian President Zelensky delivered a video message to the participants of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globe Awards, promising that there would be no third world war.

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