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March for Ukraine brings together 3,500 people in Brussels: “Two years of deaths, losses and resistance” (Brussels)

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About 3,500 people, according to police counts, took to the streets of Brussels on Sunday for a march of support for Ukraine, two years after the Russian invasion of the country.

The demonstrators gathered from 11 a.m. at the intersection of Koning Albert II avenue and the small ring road, not far from Rogierplein. Pancartes carried messages such as “Release the Ukrainian hostages” and “If Ukraine wins, democracy wins.” The march then moved through Pachecolaan to Albertinaplein at Brussels Central station.

“Two years of full-scale invasion in Ukraine, two years of total war in Europe. Such an anniversary was unthinkable in the 21st century. However, as time goes on, the conflict disappears from the attention of politicians, the media and citizens,” regrets the association Promote Ukraine, which organizes the march. “Two years of deaths, losses and resistance demand our attention and collective action.”

The organizers also see the march as a “powerful statement” in the heart of Europe, reminding the leaders and citizens of the European Union that the fate of Ukraine is “directly linked to the wider European struggle for democracy and human rights” .

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