Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed that Russia has plans to march into other nations and that its current conquest is “only the beginning.”

Zelesnkyy said Friday that the Kremlin wants “to invade other countries,” boldly asking “who will come next?”  

The Ukrainian president's brazen message comes as the Russian military detailed Moscow’s plan to gain control of southern Ukraine as a means of entry to Moldova. 

“All the nations that, like us, believe in the victory of life over death must fight with us,” Zelensky added. “They must help us because we are the first in line.”

In an emotional address to the United Nations Security Council earlier this month, Zelensky accused Russian officials of committing war crimes and concealing their guilt in the war-torn country.

The U.S. government also recently held Russia accountable for war crimes. President Joe Biden referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “war criminal,” calling his actions “atrocities” and “an outrage to the world.”