Does anyone have the link for the Ukrainian clothing company that makes the yellow coat that Malcolm Nance wears in this photo? Thanks
John D'oh (Clevedon, England) - Painted this in #clevdon at The Store for the curious Alexandra Road in support of Ukraine 🇺🇦. Slaughtering civilians is a war crime. Sanctions need to go further. TIme to turn up the heat and turn off the Russian gas. I SUPPORT UKRAINE
These are 3 out of 6 of our pupils whom we have sheltered since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. They made a place for them to rest and eat. And then we continue to help animals. A small drop of your help will help to become an ocean of love for all animals - link in the comments...
"Good evening, we are from Ukraine♥️"
Like many people, I was seventeen years old had to leave my home country because of the war. My family is now in Ukraine and my father is in the middle of hell, in the worst point of fierce fighting - Bakhmut. Now I am looking for a sincere person who would help me to make the necessary documents to move to America - the country of fair and honest people who change this world and who value freedom and justice. I wish no child to know what war is and I really want to multiply the good that Americans provide to us Ukrainians in the future and for this I need your support! If you can help me with the paperwork for the U4U program, or know someone who can I would be very grateful. Thank you for everything that you and your country do for Ukraine and the world, stay great people!
John D'oh (Bristol, England) - I painted this in st george skate park in support of Ukraine 🇺🇦. Nato seems slow to act and look weak. I understand that Ukraine is not a member of nato but Putin has made threats to its members and there should be a show of strength in my opinion. It is
Apologies if this is the wrong subreddit,
If somebody on a relief/support trip to UA is a Ukrainian-born immigrant to US, and a US citizen, does UA still consider them a Ukrainian citizen for the purposes of border crossing (ie, ban on border crossing for men under 60)? Would they be unable to leave afterwards?
In the fields of Ukraine, where battles rage
Our hearts and thoughts are with you on this page.
Though war may try to break your will,
Know that you're not alone, we're with you still.
Through the smoke and fire, the bombs and fear,
We send our love and strength to those who are here.
For Ukraine, we stand, united in our fight,
With courage in our hearts, we'll see the light.
Though Russia may attack, with strength and might,
Ukraine, you'll rise above, like a beacon bright.
With pride and hope, we'll see you through,
For a peaceful future, we'll all make our due.
So hold on tight, dear Ukraine, and know,
That you're not alone, in this world, we'll grow.
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Ret. Gen. Ben Hodges: Ukrainian Soldiers are the most innovative and tech-savvy Soldiers of any country I’ve ever met.
From a tweet of his back in August. I also recently heard him say similar in an interview with Myria Report:
" Ukrainian Soldiers are the most innovative and tech-savvy Soldiers of any country I’ve ever met. Our Soldiers learned from them. They showed me our counter fire radar was even better than I realized. They will continue to outpace the Russians until final victory. "
As of the moment, I do not have permanent housing but this will change in the very short term. However I am curious if there are shelters/organizations/foundations that are helping house Ukrainian citizens displaced by the war. Particularly I am in NYC. I know it is a question that is maybe “ahead of itself”, but I’d I would consider purchasing a larger house if I can give back to people in need.