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SYDNEY, June 22, 9:22 /ITAR-TASS/. Several dozen people took part in an action of protest in downtown Sydney Sunday against the actions of Ukrainian military in the eastern regions of the country.
The action was organized by descendants from Russia and Ukrainian currently residing in Australia.
“People are tired of hatred,” an organizer of the action said. “We issued an appeal to the Russians and Ukrainians living in Sydney with a proposal, namely, let’s forget the things dividing us, let’s get together on a platform that unites us because of all us speak against war.”
The manifestation was peaceful. The people were carrying Russian, Ukrainian and Australian flags.
It ended with the participants signing two highly popular Soviet-era songs, ‘Katyusha’ and ‘May There Always Be Sunshine’.