Mariya Marych, her little girl Mila Cherntskyy, and spouse Anton Cherntskyy rally with allies of Ukraine rally at Old School Square in Delray Beach Saturday, March 19, 2022. “It’s past wretched.. No one but god can help us,” said Marych, of Parkland. “Every one of them are family members. I don’t rest around evening time; my psyche can never go back.” 안전놀이터
DELRAY BEACH – Dozens of allies of Ukraine, including Ukrainian-Americans, accumulated in Old School Square on Saturday evening to approach U.S. Government authorities to do more to assist the blockaded country with battling off the Russian armed force.
A large number of the speakers approached the central government to send more weapons and help to the country.
This week, as Russian powers proceeded with their attack on Ukraine, President Joe Biden cautioned Chinese President Xi Jinping not to help Russia.
Days prior, battling for his nation’s endurance, Ukraine’s chief, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, made a “frantic” supplication Saturday to American legislators for the United States to assist with getting more warplanes to his military and cut off Russian oil imports.
As assembly participants recounted their accounts to the group, some in Ukrainian, others waved signals and marked petitions to be shipped off government authorities.
Allies of Ukraine rally at Old School Square in Delray Beach Saturday, March 19, 2022.
Delray Beach City Commissioner Juli Casale said that the national government ought to accomplish more, such as shutting the airspace over Ukraine.
“This isn’t a party issue; it’s a group issue,” she told the group.
A modest bunch of individuals recounted accounts of their families actually living in Ukraine, the vast majority of them in reinforced hideouts with restricted food and water.
Anton Grytsenko is one of those with family stowing away from the bombs. He was one of the assembly coordinators.