Cathedral in Prague supports occupied cities of Donbas
In the main cathedral of the Czech Republic - St. Vitus Cathedral instead of Christmas decorations on a Christmas tree, there were paper snowflakes with the names of Ukrainian cities in the Donbas occupied by Russia.
This was informed on Facebook by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebyinis.
"Prague. The main cathedral of the Czech Republic - St. Vitus Cathedral, a Christmas tree in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, instead of ornaments, the names of the Ukrainian cities in the Donbass occupied by Russia, thanks for your support! They will definitely be freed, Glory to Ukraine! Happy New Year!" wrote the ambassador.