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California state representative talks to Ukraine's president about the war

California state representative talks to Ukraine’s president about the war

On Saturday, Representative John Garamendi, a senior member of the Armed Forces Committee, spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the Russian invasion, and joined an hour-long briefing with 50 members of Congress. and San Francisco, they shared his frank talk with Zelensky. “He knows he’s at the top of the kill list, and he knows his life is in danger, but he pushed that aside to lead this nation. An incredible man of courage and leadership.” Garamendi said that the Ukrainian president stressed that the Russian forces are moving away from targeting the Ukrainian army and attacking communities now. more | The Latest: Putin says Ukraine’s future in doubt as ceasefire collapses “He detailed secondary schools, kindergartens, apartment buildings, and government buildings, likely with the intent of breaking the will of the Ukrainian people,” Garamendi said. Request more help from the United States. “The Ukrainian people are determined, according to him, to be free – not to be subjects of Putin and Russia, but to be Ukrainian. The war has led to high gas prices, is there price manipulation by oil companies, the answer is absolute,” said Al-Qarmandi. Yes.” On the investigation of the six major oil companies involved | California average gas price exceeds $5 a gallon against new record “I think the American people are willing to accept the fact that it is not just about Ukraine if Putin succeeds. If sanctions are forgotten and Russian oil is allowed to flow freely around the world and Putin is able to fund his government and his military, then we must be well aware that Putin has his sights set on more than Ukraine. When asked if there was an end in sight, Garamendi said: “I think there is. Sanctions, along with the extraordinary courage of the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian army, must continue to receive US military and financial support. These sanctions hurt Russia. The military attack planned by Putin stopped. “The United States has pledged to continue helping Ukrainian refugees,” Garamendi said. The humanitarian effort said that a financial donation is the best. “In general, in such crisis situations, it is best to send funds to credible organizations who can then assemble the necessary supplies.” more | People all over the world are booking Airbnbs in Ukraine without any plans to check in. Here’s why

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On Saturday, Representative John Garamendi, a senior member of the Armed Forces Committee spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss Russian invasion.

Join an hour-long briefing with 50 members of Congress.

Garamendi, who represents parts of Northern California between Sacramento and San Francisco, shared his candid conversation with Zelensky.

“He knows he’s at the top of the kill list, he knows his life is in danger, but he pushed that aside to lead this nation. He’s an incredible man of courage and leadership,” Garamende said.

Garamendi said that the Ukrainian president stressed that the Russian forces are moving away from targeting the Ukrainian army and attacking communities now.

| more | The Latest: Putin says Ukraine’s future in doubt as ceasefire collapses

“He spoke in detail about secondary schools, kindergartens, apartment buildings, and government buildings, probably with the aim of breaking the will of the Ukrainian people,” Garamendi said.

Zelensky asked the United States for more help.

“The Ukrainian people are determined, in his words, to be free – not to be subjects of Putin and Russia, but to be Ukrainians. To determine their own course of making their own democracy,” he said.

The war led to Gas price hike.

“Is there price manipulation by oil companies, the answer is absolute, yes,” Garamendi said.

California drivers pay more than $5 for a gallon of unleaded gas, prompting talk of an investigation into the six major oil companies.

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“I think the American people are willing to accept the fact that it is not just about Ukraine if Putin succeeds. If sanctions are forgotten and Russian oil is allowed to flow freely around the world and Putin is able to fund his government and his army, we should be very aware that Putin has his eyes set on More than Ukraine.

Asked if there was an end in sight, Garamendi said: “I think there is something out there. The sanctions, along with the extraordinary courage of the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian army, should continue to receive US military and financial support. Those sanctions are hurting Russia.” The military attack planned by Putin has stopped.”

The United States has pledged to continue helping Ukrainian refugees.

“The United States certainly has the back of the refugees who have left Ukraine and those who keep leaving,” Garamendi said.

Those who help with humanitarian efforts said a financial donation is best.

“In general, in such crisis situations, it is better to send the money to trusted organizations who can then assemble the necessary supplies.”

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