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“Thank you Germany”: Large Ukraine demonstrations in Bavaria – The messages are clear

2024-02-24T19:22:05.111Z

Highlights: “Thank you Germany’: Large Ukraine demonstrations in Bavaria – The messages are clear. Police counted at least 2,900 participants in various protests in Munich and Nuremberg. Around 600 people also gathered there for a rally against the war in the Gaza Strip. On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded the neighboring country with thousands of soldiers. Since then, tens of thousands of people have been killed or injured, including thousands of civilians in Ukraine. In addition to this demonstration, 80 people took part in another anti-war demonstration.



As of: February 24, 2024, 8:11 p.m

By: Felix Herz

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Thousands of people gather in Bavaria on the anniversary of Russia's war of aggression on Ukraine.

Your message is loud and clear.

Munich – Several thousand people gathered in Bavaria to mark the two-year commemoration of the Russian attack on Ukraine.

The police counted at least 2,900 participants in various protests in Munich and Nuremberg.

The demonstrators presented, among other things, banners with the statements “Putin: Stop the war!” and “Thank Germany for supporting Ukraine.”

According to the responsible police authorities, the meetings were peaceful and without incident.

Large demonstration in Munich – “Together against the war”

The most extensive demonstration took place on Saturday, February 24th in Munich.

Around 2,000 people came together in the city center under the motto “Together against the war - 2 years of the great war”.

In addition to this demonstration, 80 people took part in another anti-war demonstration.

Protests in Munich and Nuremberg: Thousands demand an end to the war in Ukraine.

The demonstrations are peaceful.

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In Nuremberg, police recorded almost 875 protesters at three events.

Around 600 people also gathered there for a rally against the war in the Gaza Strip.

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Two years since Russia invaded Ukraine – deaths, destruction and sadness

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded the neighboring country with thousands of soldiers.

Since then, tens of thousands of people have been killed or injured, including thousands of civilians in Ukraine.

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