“I’m sure – the dictator will lose.” About this, according to Medusa, said Vladimir Zelensky during a speech at the opening of the Cannes Festival.
In nine -minute speech, Zelensky, among other things, mentioned Francis Ford Coppola’s film about the war in Vietnam “Apocalypse Today” and “The Great Dictator” with Charlie Chaplin in the main role, drawing parallels between the image of war and the dictatorship on the screen and that, with, with, with What is Ukraine at the moment.
“We continue to fight. We have no other choice but to continue to fight for our freedom,” Zelensky said. “I am sure – the dictator will lose,” he said. “We will win this war. Glory to Ukraine!”