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Europeans rallies against Kiev armed aggression in Donbass

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Europeans rallies against Kiev armed aggression in Donbass


Eugine Kurskov/TASS

The day before campaigns in support of Donbass population suffering from the armed conflict in south-eastern Ukraine for several years were held in some European cities, according to TASS.

Civic initiative Czechoslovakia Seim organized a riot in Prague at one of the central squares located near the head of state’s residence. Activists from public organizations, Russian compatriots and Ukraine citizens criticizing official Kiev actions gathered at the square. They appealed to the country’s authorities, EU and the whole World Community to pay attention to situation in that part of Ukraine and influence Kiev to stop the aggression.

Italian Social Organization Stop Genocide of Donbass Population led the campaign with the same title in several Italian cities including Rome and Venice. The campaign participants came up to the monument The Word of Truth. There were several dozen people. Activists from Padua, Verona and other northern Italian cities came to Venice with the same purpose. The organizers drafted a petition demanding developments in eastern Ukraine after February 2014 be recognized as genocide.

Around ten people in The Hague gathered opposite to Ukrainian Embassy for the campaign titled Stop to Kill. They were rioting for peace and called official Kiev for it.

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