An action of solidarity with Ukraine took place in Warsaw today.
About 300 residents of the Polish capital came out for a march of protest against the policy of the Russian president Vladimir Putin. Among the action’s participants there were not only Poles, but also Ukrainians, Belarusians and Russians, a charter97.org’s correspondent reports. The procession started in Zamkovy Square and marched along the city’s central streets. People were carrying the national flags of Ukraine, Belarus and Poland, and chanting anti-Putin slogans.
They also held a performance in Warsaw city center – a person in Putin’s mask was placed in a cage.
The event ended at the entrance to the embassy of the Russian Federation. The protesters lit 298 candles to commemorate the victims of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight.
The action was organized by the Polish committee for solidarity with Ukraine.