Russia's war against Ukraine may end very suddenly, Zelenskyy’s top aide says

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No one knows when Russia's war against Ukraine will end, but it could end very suddenly, the head of the President’s Office, Andriy Yermak said in an interview with 1+1 channel host Natalia Mosiychuk on her YouTube channel released on Nov. 10.

"To put it this way, I think no one knows when the war will end, but it could end very suddenly," Yermak said.

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“And that's why everything is being done. Many factors influence this.”

Yermak, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s chief-of-staff, said he would "really like to see this happen as soon as possible."

"I can't say something so sensational that I know or feel," he added.

However, Yermak said that comparing the war to a 100-meter race, for example, he believes that “we have already run 70 meters.”

"But these last 30 are the hardest. And if you start seeing yourself as a winner, you can lose everything," he said.

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