Kyiv, 8 December 2022 (TDI): The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been named by Time magazine as the person of the year. This was based on his approach to the crises in his country.
It has been nine months of serious war between Russia and Ukraine and the president has
consistently been on his feet to achieve victory for his country.
His composure in these times has been admired by many. He has been more of an encouragement to the military of his country since the war started.
Volodymyr Zelensky-Person of the Year
The 44-year-old Zelenskyy has earned a place in history for his extraordinary display of leadership and fortitude. During the visit of time magazine to Ukraine, they accompanied him on a trip to Kherson, after the Russian army left the place and he said ” I have not finished this great, important action for our country. Not yet.”
He has constantly stood on his grounds to ensure that his country gains the peace they deserve. Through the embodiment of the courage and resilience of the Ukrainian people in their fight against Russia Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine has installed them.
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In his speech, he said, ” I am more responsible than I am brave, I just hate to let people down.”Emphasizing that, he will do everything possible to achieve his aim and role as the president of the Ukrainian people.
Affirming this great achievement, the Chief of State of president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Andriy Yermak who said, ” I told a western journalist in an interview that our president would be the most famous and strongest leader of his time.”
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was elected as president in 2019 by the people of Ukraine. Many have talked about his leadership qualities since his swearing into office. He was put to the test less than three years when the war between them and Russia started.
He had to gather many skills and courage to stand against one of the world powerful countries. These characteristics have gained him a place as the person of the year by Time magazine.