The American European Solidarity Council (AESC), founded by Americans active in the Eastern European, Baltic and Caucasian ethnic communities in the United States, calls on all Americans to share in our outrage at Russian revanchist actions and the danger these represent for the national interests of the United States, its Trans-Atlantic allies, partners and friendly nations in Europe and elsewhere. The aggression demonstrated by the Russian Federation in the recent invasions of Ukraine and Georgia, attempting to redraw the map of Europe through force, is an open challenge to the very foundation of international law and democratic values across Europe and beyond. All former subjugated nations of Russian Imperial and Soviet expansions now see their recent developments imperiled.
The AESC and the United Ukrainian American Organizations of New York of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America call for our supporters to stand with us and share our outrage in person as President Vladimir Putin of Russia, a rogue leader who stands accused of having committed numerous crimes against individuals, nation states, and the world, visits the United States for the first time in 10 years. Please join us in solidarity at the following locations as we demand the release of political prisoners, the restoration of sovereign borders, an international tribunal to prosecute those who shot down MH17, and call for a for an end to Putin’s War of expansion. Join us now, before it’s too late.
Утром был митинг возле ООН. Днём по 5 авеню прошёл марш вдоль Централ парка и митинг у Российского представительства в ООН.