Russian Embassy, 6-7 Kensington Palace Gardens, London W8 4QP
18 January 2015, 14.00 – 16.00
PEACE AND SOLIDARITY PROTEST
against terrorist assassination of Ukrainian civilians by Moscow-backed troups – I AM VOLNOVAKHA
Will demand the world to rrecognize ‘DNR/LNR’ as terrorist organisations and Russia as a sponsor of terrorism.
Ukrainian President must declare Russia an aggressor and announce a state of war.
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On Sunday, 18 January 2015 at 2pm at the Embassy of Russian Federation in London, Ukrainian Community will held a protest against Russian Terrorism.
Ukrainian Community in London appeals to the world not to tolerate the terrorist acts against the Ukrainian civilians by the Kremlin-backed militants. The tragedy that happened at the Volnovakha check-point on 14 January belongs to the events that stand out due to their cruelty even under strict standards of the modern times.
The death toll from the terrorist attack that destroyed a civilian bus now stands at 13. Nine people died at the scene, while other four passengers died in hospital.
On 18 January, Ukrainians around the world will hold a peace march. Ukrainian community in London organises the protest at the Russian Embassy and will call on Russia to stop murdering Ukrainians, demand the world to stop Russian aggression in Ukraine and recognise self-proclaimed “DNR” & “LNR” as terrorist organisations and Russia as a country which sponsors and spreads terrorism.
For more information or to arrange interviews please contact London Euromaidan spokespersons: Stepan 07887058036, Nadiya 07713353819 or email: email@example.com
Book of Condolences
In connection with the tragic murder of civilians resulting from an act of terror near the town of Volnovakha, the Ukrainian Embassy in London has opened a Book of Condolences
We invite all those who would like to express their condolences, and sign the book, to the Embassy of Ukraine, 60 Holland Park, London W11 3SJ.
The Book will be available for signature on January 15 and 16, between 10am to 12 pm and from 3 to 5 pm.
info from http://uk.mfa.gov.ua/en/
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