Klitschko at solidarity rally: Today we came here to say no to terror

18.01.2015 18:13

Today we came here to say no to terror, commemorate late residents of Volnovakha, and pay tribute to our soldiers who heroically defend Ukrainian land and independence, the mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko said in his speech at Mykhailivska Square before the beginning of anti-terror rally.

“This day in many cities of Ukraine people join similar rallies. Non-indifferent people gather to say no to terror. There will be no political appeals. Ambassadors from many countries came to pay their solidarity. Every citizen of Ukraine want to live in peace in his motherland. We all must do our best to make sure that the tragedy that had happened in Volnovakha would never ever happen again. Ukraine will overcome all challenges, return to a peaceful life and become a strong and successful country,” Klitschko stressed.

Vitali Klitschko is attending the rally together with his brother Wladimir. “Millions of people, not only in Ukraine, but also worldwide demonstrate that they are against terror and violence. People’s lives are their price. By this rally, we want to say no to terror. We must be united in this struggle,” the mar said.

Klitschko called for a minute’s silence to commemorate the victims of Volnovakha and victims of all terroristic acts.

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