Zelenskyy: My five years of presidency are not over yet
Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Photo: The Office of the President of Ukraine)

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, assessing his five years in office, said in an interview with Reuters that his term has not yet expired.

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Asked by the journalist how well he thought he had performed during his five years as president, Zelenskyy replied:

"My five years are not over. Because of martial law, they are still in progress. I can't evaluate my work; I don't think that's ethical. I think a fair assessment comes from an outside perspective, and I won't argue with that perspective, nor do I intend to. Fairness is always somewhere in the middle," the Ukrainian leader said.

The head of state also noted that he is proud to be the president of a nation that "did not turn its back, did not flee, and defended everything it could."

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