In mem­ory of Ukrainian he­roes

The Hamilton Spectator - - OPINION -

RE: Canada should not re­new mis­sion to Ukraine (Feb. 18)

One could ig­nore the mis­in­for­ma­tion in this an­tiUkrainian di­a­tribe — the coup or­ches­trated by the U.S. gov­ern­ment and the fas­cist pres­ence in the cur­rent Ukrainian cabi­net. It is, how­ever, the mem­ory of the thou­sands of Ukrainian in­di­vid­u­als and he­roes who sac­ri­ficed their lives for their na­tion’s free­dom, jus­tice and dig­nity in the Euro-rev­o­lu­tion of 2013-14, that de­mands a re­sponse. I am proud and sup­port­ive of the fact that Canada has just re­newed its com­mit­ment to the mil­i­tary mis­sion in Ukraine. May I sug­gest the writer, a spokesper­son for the Hamil­ton Coali­tion to Stop the War, en­gage Rus­sia’s Pres­i­dent Vladimir Putin in dis­suad­ing him from con­tin­u­ing his ag­gres­sive mil­i­tary ac­tions in Ukraine. Ge­orge Hanas, An­caster

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