As the devastating Russian invasion of Ukraine enters its fifth day, Ukrainians continue to flee the country or seek refuge in bomb shelters and subway stations. One-on-one views from the war-torn country were circulated on the internet leading to protests in several areas opposed to the attack. While the attack apparently cost the Ukrainians, others have also been affected by their situation. A recent video that has been circulating on social media shows a German translator as a journalist translating a speech by the Ukrainian Prime Minister. We can hear the interpreter controlling their tears.
The translator, unnamed, translates Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for a German news channel Welt TV. In a 23-second clip, Zelenskyy updates on the situation in Ukraine as Russian troops move into the country.
In the video, we can hear the reporter quoting the beginning of the Prime Minister’s speech as saying “Russia is on the wrong path, Russia must lose its voice at the UN.” As he moved on to the next sentence that said “Ukraine, we know for sure,” his voice began to break and he took a break.
However, after he rejected himself, he resumed his speech and said “something defensive,” before becoming discouraged and trying to keep up. continue. After a pause and a deep breath, the interpreter said “sorry” and before the microphone was silent.
On sharing on Twitter, the video prompted users to express their frustration over the ongoing battle in the comment section while others even expressed concern. “The only thing I know he says is that he forgives her in the end and that all I want to do is reach out and hug her,” said one user. Meanwhile, another user said that he too had been carried by Zelenskyy’s word as a translator. “I was also taken away by a conference call from President Zelenskyy, yesterday,” the user wrote.
The only thing I knew he was saying was his forgiveness in the end and all I wanted to do was to stretch and embrace him. March 27, 2022
I was also excited by a collection speech from President Zelensky, yesterday. He is a hero and a compassionate leader of Ukraine.— Mrs (@ ganga2001) March 27, 2022
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