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Chervonohrad’s sister city in Lithuania shone with yellow and blue lights

To mark the second anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Chervonohrad’s sister city in Lithuania, Marijampolė, shone with yellow and blue lights.

On this day, a song festival was celebrated in Lithuania, and welcoming the participants of the celebration, the mayor of Marijampolė Povilas Isoda called on not to forget that today is the third year of the Russian war in Ukraine, “so it is very important not to get tired and continue to support our brothers-Ukrainians so that their struggle turns into a victory for all of us.”

During the festive concert, the Ceslovas Sasnauskas choir under the direction of Mindaugas Radzevicius sang the anthem of Ukraine.

🇵🇱 Poland. These days, a volunteer, philanthropist, Honorary Resident of Chervonohrad Sebastian Bursakowski visited our city. Together with Marek Związek and Błażej Kupski, they brought humanitarian aid from the twin city of Piskovice. Sebastian also joined the “Coffee for Donation” campaign and treated Chervonohrad residents and guests with Polish coffee.

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