to our friends,
yesterday we published a short video with impressions from lviv:
What Lviv looks like now. This is the city where members of Operation Solidarity live and work:
1 Workers preserve the Neptune fountain near Lviv City Hall to protect it from shelling;
2 Volunteers advise IDPs at Lviv railway station;
3 Volunteers distribute food to IDPs at Lviv railway station;
4 IDPs sleep in a shelter organized in a school gym in Lviv;
5 The windows of the building in front of the Lviv Armored Plant exploded after the shelling;
6 The glazier inserts windows in the house in front of the Lviv Armored Plant after the shelling;
7 The windows of the building in front of the Lviv Armored Plant exploded after the shelling;
8 The warehouse building near the Lviv oil depot was damaged after the shelling.https://t.me/solidarnistinua
in addition, we have included on our link page this overview page of reports about and with us. the collection will be continuously maintained.
in russia there is still at least symbolic resistance against the war – we hope that symbolic resistance will turn into practical, direct resistance.
solidarity will win