LUkraine asbl is organising a solidarity march in Luxembourg City to mark the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Saturday 24 February 2024.

Participants are invited to gather in front of Luxembourg Railway Station (Gare de Luxembourg) at 14:00. At 14:15, they will march towards Place de Clairefontaine, where the official commemorative ceremony (with speeches) is planned from 15:00 to 16:30.

According to LUkraine asbl, this demonstration is a call for unity and solidarity, "recognising that Ukraine's battle against aggression is a pivotal moment for the whole of Europe". The non-profit elaborated: "It's a demonstration of our shared commitment to peace, democracy and the belief that our collective actions today will shape the future of not just Ukraine, but the entire European continent." It added that "Luxembourg knows very well what fighting for independence and national identity means, and this is what unites us. Choosing any other scenario but the victory of Ukraine means letting Russia wreck the world order and the peace the world has been trying to maintain since WWII."

"Together, we can send a powerful message that we are united against evil and for a peaceful future," added LUkraine asbl in its call for members of the public to join the upcoming demonstration.

The event on Saturday starts at 13:45 with people gathering in front of Luxembourg-Gare. The Solidarity march to Place de Clairefontaine will start at 14:00 and will take around an hour to complete.

At 15:00, an official Commemorating Ceremony will be held with five confirmed speakers: 

 - Nicolas Zharov, President of LUkraine
 - Claude Wiseler, the President of the Chambre of Deputies of Luxembourg
 - Anna Calteaux, Head of Representation at the Representation of the EU Commission to Luxembourg
 - Vladimír Bärtl, Czech Republic Ambassador in Luxembourg
 - Sam Elsey, the President of the Luxembourg Youth Parliament

Venue: Luxembourg City

Organiser: LUkraine asbl

Price: Free

Reservations: n/a

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