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Demonstrations Mark One Year of War in Ukraine – Northern Times

“Let’s remember together how this year has changed us personally and the world as a whole,” members from Groningen and Ukraine shared in a press release.

The event will start at Grote Markt on Friday 24th February at 16:00. The demonstration will include speeches by members of the Ukrainian community in the north, speeches by representatives of volunteer organizations, and cultural performances “showcasing Ukraine’s rich traditions and heritage.” There will also be vendors selling Ukrainian crafts and homemade borscht and pastries.

Groningen and Ukraine said the event advocated for peace, called for continued support from the international community, honored the memory of the victims of the ongoing war in Ukraine, and shared gratitude to the people of the Netherlands and Groningen. It is a shared moment, especially for their hospitality over the past year.

Recent reports from Rewarder Coolant Three northern provinces said they are now hosting more than 9,300 Ukrainian refugees. The municipalities of Wiendam in Groningen, Meppel in Drenthe and Terschelling in Friesland have the highest number per 1,000 inhabitants. According to the newspaper, Drenthe is the Dutch province with the second largest number of Ukrainian refugees.

Most Ukrainians in the Netherlands today are women and children. About 30% of refugees fleeing the Russian invasion are under her 18 years of age. As of January 2023, approximately 1,930 Ukrainian children are enrolled in primary and secondary schools in Groningen, canton Drenthe. and Friesland.

Earlier this week, DvhN He also reported on ambulances riddled with bullet holes on display in the city centers of Groningen and Leeuwarden. The emergency vehicles are part of an effort called Zeilen van Vrijheid to provide ambulances to Ukraine from abroad. An ambulance was damaged by shelling in the city of Chuhuiv he in September. The purpose of the traveling exhibition is to make war more accessible and tangible to Europeans living far from the frontlines.

https://northerntimes.nl/demonstration-to-mark-one-year-of-war-in-ukraine/ Demonstrations Mark One Year of War in Ukraine – Northern Times

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