As reported by Censor.NET.
Asked whether he is afraid to become a "dragon" after killing one, the head of state said: "As for ‘killing a dragon,’ I’ve been President of Ukraine for two years already. The situation is more complicated with your acquaintances (Russia – ed.) but this is an internal choice of their country. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian civil society is so strong, free, and democratic that whatever someone might want to do, whatever comes to their mind, it’s impossible for a ‘dragon’ to appear in Ukraine. They’ll clip his wings," the president's press service reports.
Zelenskyi mentioned Mark Zakharov’s movie "To Kill a Dragon." He said that Ukrainians and Russians have common periods of history and victory, while at the same time, Russia’s state policy differs from that of Ukraine as it is aimed at taking, not giving.
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"We have read the signals Russia sent, claiming it’s Ukraine that allegedly doesn’t want to end the war. This is confusing. It wasn’t we who unleashed this war. We really do want to put an end to it. But, again, we didn't start it," the president said.