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We stand with the people of Ukraine against this inhumane breach of human rights. We are in awe of their brave fight and unwillingness to give in to defeat and will do whatever we can to support our colleagues and friends in their hour of need.
Ми виступаємо разом з народом України проти цього нелюдського порушення прав людини. Ми вражені їхньою хороброю боротьбою і протистоянням, та зробимо все можливе, щоб підтримати наших колег і друзів у цей важкий час

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