The flash mob has become popular among Ukrainian users. Photo: collage “Today”
A large-scale flash mob called “Ukrainians will resist” is spreading on the Internet. It was launched amid reports of a possible Russian invasion and timed to coincide with talks between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Putin in an ultimatum form demands the surrender of Ukraine, otherwise he threatens war. Let’s demonstrate to Putin and the world that Ukrainians will not trade in sovereignty. There will be no peace on Russia’s terms – even if the West agrees with Putin, and Zelensky’s power capitulates, the Ukrainians will resist the Russian invaders! Putin, welcome to hell! “ – wrote the organizer of the flash mob on his Facebook page.
He also showed a refusal gesture (pictured below) and offered to make it a multimillion-dollar response to Putin’s ultimatums.
More than 2.4 thousand Ukrainians joined the mass action.
Among them, a former political prisoner of the Kremlin Vladimir Balukh.
“Ukrainians will overcome the resistance of enemies, both external and” internal “”– he added.
Former Minister of Infrastructure Vladimir Omelyan also participated and wrote that no one will force the Ukrainians to accept the Kremlin’s ultimatum.
The ex-Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine also joined Sergey Kvit.
Ukrainian serviceman and musician, defendant in the case of the murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet Andrey Antonenko also posted a photo and hashtag.
Ukrainian diplomat, director of the Kiev Security Forum Daniil Lubkivsky also did not stand aside.
“The enemy will be fought not only by the military, but also by diplomats.”– he added.
The political scientist was also noted Victor Taran.
Note that many participants in the flash mob used an illustration by the artist Nikita Titov.
Photo: Nikita Titov
In addition, Ukrainians began to post photos with a corresponding tag not only on Facebook, but also on other social networks.
As a result, on December 6, the day of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, the hashtag #UkrainiansWillResist took first place in Twitter trends.
Appeal of Ukrainians to Biden
Ukrainian politicians and public figures have asked US President Joe Biden that Ukraine’s interests not be surrendered during negotiations with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. They warned the American leader that Moscow has always regarded any concessions as weakness. Also, the Ukrainians thanked the United States for its constant support.
What is known about the negotiations?
- As is already known, the presidents of the United States and Russia will hold closed talks on December 7, during which they will discuss mutual security guarantees from Moscow and NATO.
- For this, for the first time, a secure video link will be used, which was created long ago for contacts between the leaders of the two countries, but was idle before.
- In addition, Biden phoned European leaders before speaking with Putin. Politicians called on Russia to reduce tensions and agreed that diplomacy, especially within the framework of the “Normandy format”, is the only way to resolve the conflict in Donbas through the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
Source From: Segodnya