Victims of war
   NO WAR !

On February 24, 2022, at 5 am, Russia attacked Ukraine. There was a large-scale armed invasion of the troops of the Russian Federation. Heavy Russian military equipment came from the territory of Belarus and Russia across the state border of Ukraine. Massive missile strikes have begun across all Ukraine on military bases and strategic facilities, airports and railway junctions, across critical civilian infrastructure and residential areas, hospitals, schools and kindergartens. There are indisputable facts of Russia's use of prohibited weapons.
The civilian population suffers the most from the actions of the Russian invaders: as of May 12, 2022, 238 children died in Ukraine, 408 children were injured, more than 30,000 adults died. More 5.6 million refugees left Ukraine and about 10 million internally displaced persons obliged to left their homes. The cities of Mariupol, Bucha, Borodyanka, Irpin, other towns and vill ages were practically destroyed. People die every day; the Russian occupiers rob, rape and bully civilians. Alarm sirens are constantly sounding, tens of thousands of people practically live in basements and bomb shelters.
Russia's aggression against Ukraine is a gross violation of the UN Charter and international law, including the UN Charter, the Helsinki Final Act, and so on. The UN General Assembly, in its resolution of March 2, 2022, the practical unanimously condemned this aggression as unprovoked and unfounded and demanded that Russia immediately stop it and withdraw all Russian troops from Ukraine. The original resolution in English is here.

We call on all people of good will to do their utmost to force Russia to end its insane and extremely brutal war. This war affects everyone, because at any moment it can become global.
Stop the war immediately!
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