The “Het Bonhe” movement also expresses its disagreement with Russia over the war in Ukraine

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At the time when he is raging war in Ukrainethousands of Russians express opposition to Vladimir Putin’s strategy with the movement Het Bonhe (s.s. means “no war” in Russian) to have a great impact both inside and outside the borders.

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In fact, according to information from ABC News, The police have proceeded to more than 1,200 arrests in about 50 Russian cities made demonstrations.

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The majority of the people involved in these protests are young people who are joining their voices with people around the world who want an end to the attacks that have brought dead, pain and evicted thousands of people from their homes.

Rublev’s message

Andrei Rublev moved in a peaceful tone with his qualification to the final in Dubai.

Specifically, immediately after his 2-1 set victory over Hubert Hurkats, the Russian tennis player wrote on the camera “No war please” (s.s. no war please).

Support from the Georgians as well

Georgia sided with Ukraine, with thousands of citizens saying “no” to the war in their own way.

The images from Tbilisi that go around the world are shocking. People of all ages holding Georgian and Ukrainian flags took to the streets.

Source: News Beast

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