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Marches against Putin and in support of Navalni in Helsinki and Berlin

Marches against Putin and in support of Navalni in Helsinki and Berlin

On the front, while some Western media claim that the Ukrainian counteroffensive is stalling, kyiv reported Monday that its troops liberated another three square kilometers near Bakhmut last week.

Demonstrations against Vladimir Putin and against the war in Helsinki and Berlin, coinciding with the third anniversary of the poisoning of Alexei Navalni.

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In the German capital, where the Russian opponent was treated, the protesters marched under the slogan “Putin is a murderer” and showed their support for Nalvalni. As Kirill Tsimkarzhenski, a Russian student and activist:

“We did it to show everyone that ‘you are not alone’. Everyone here can see that ‘you are not alone, we are with you, we are all together.’ We support Navalni, we support the opposition, we support peace throughout the world and we do not support Putin, his dictatorship and the war”.

Ukrainian advances in Bakhmut

On the front, while some Western media claim that the Ukrainian counteroffensive is stalling, kyiv reported Monday that its troops liberated another three square kilometers near Bakhmut last week.

Shortly before, the Ukrainian president celebrated the confirmation by the Netherlands and Denmark of the shipment of F-16 aircraft, which according to Volodimir Zelenski will give “confidence and motivation” to soldiers and civilians and “new results for Ukraine and the rest of Europe”.

additional sources • FIYLE, ZZEBU, FRFT, JPNHK

Source: Euronews Espanol

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