Die Welt Übersetzerin, a Ukrainian conference interpreter, broke down in tears during the broadcast, after a speech made by the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.
In the video, broadcast through Twitter and transmitted by the German media WELT, the translator is heard interpreting the Ukrainian president’s speech. “Russia goes the path of evil, Russia must lose its vote in the EU. We Ukrainians know exactly what we are defending…”managed to translate the woman in German, according to the media The vanguard.
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“Ukraine we definitely know…”she said before dissolving into tears and unable to continue.
“I love you all, my Ukrainian compatriots”
Given this, through social mediathe interpreter said: “I interpret 10-hour peace talks. But today live on German TV I couldn’t finish playing Zelensky, during his last words I burst into tears”, detailed the translator.
— lucy (@lcijni) February 27, 2022
“I love you all, my Ukrainian compatriots”, he added.
I’m a conference interpreter, I interpret 10 hrs peace talks. But today live on German TV I could not finish interpreting Zelensky, during his last words I broke into tears.
I love you all, my fellow Ukrainians https://t.co/uKNA9GGaM1
— Die Welt Übersetzerin ???? (@kat67840280) February 27, 2022
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