"We stand in solidarity with you": Greta Tunberg came to the Ukrainian picket of the UN office. Photo
Swedish eco-activist Greta Tunberg arrived in Bonn in western Germany to take part in a rally of Ukrainians addressing members of the United Nations. The rally is intended to draw attention to the explosion of the Kakhovka dam at the hydroelectric power plant by the occupants and to prevent Russia from avoiding criminal punishment for the man-made disaster.
This is reported by the UNIAN. Tunberg appealed to Ukrainian journalists to support through them the residents of Kherson region, which were left homeless and suffered great losses.
"We see what is happening. The eyes of the whole world are on Ukraine and Russia, on what is happening now. We are not going to be observers, we are not going to be silent. Stay strong. We stand in solidarity with you," said the well-known environmentalist.
She added that she finds all actions that draw attention to terrorism cynically perpetrated by the Russian army very important. Only international resonance guarantees consequences for war criminals.
Recall that the famous activist has already expressed her position on the Russian terrorist attack in Nova Kakhovka and talked to President Zelensky. Tunberg noted that on the conscience of the occupiers is a natural ecocide, for which they will be held liable in an international criminal court.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL reported that the European Parliament at a meeting in Strasbourg condemned the bombing of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant and called this act of Russia another war crime. Moscow will be punished and will inevitably pay for the damage caused to Ukraine.