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Jacksonville residents continue to call for peace in Ukraine

A group of Jacksonville residents came together to support Ukraine. (Copyright 2022, WJXT News4Jax – All rights reserved.)

Jacksonville, Florida – About 50 people took to the streets of Jacksonville on Sunday to call for peace in Ukraine as Russia continues to invade the country.

Vladimir Putin put his nuclear forces on high alert on Sunday amid an unprecedented escalation of tensions with the West after the collapse of the Soviet Union over Russia’s massive conventional attack on Ukraine, which began on the fourth day of fighting in the streets of another country. the largest city.

MORE: Invasion of Ukraine: what you need to know when Putin warns of nuclear force

The group, which gathered near TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, demonstrated support for Ukraine with flags and blue-and-yellow placards reading, “Stop Putin. Save Ukraine. “

The group told News4JAX that it plans to travel together from downtown to the Jacksonville Beach area.


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Jacksonville residents continue to call for peace in Ukraine

A group of Jacksonville residents came together to support Ukraine. (Copyright 2022, WJXT News4Jax – All rights reserved.)

Jacksonville, Florida – About 50 people took to the streets of Jacksonville on Sunday to call for peace in Ukraine as Russia continues to invade the country.

Vladimir Putin put his nuclear forces on high alert on Sunday amid an unprecedented escalation of tensions with the West after the collapse of the Soviet Union over Russia’s massive conventional attack on Ukraine, which began on the fourth day of fighting in the streets of another country. the largest city.

MORE: Invasion of Ukraine: what you need to know when Putin warns of nuclear force

The group, which gathered near TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, demonstrated support for Ukraine with flags and blue-and-yellow placards reading, “Stop Putin. Save Ukraine. “

The group told News4JAX that it plans to travel together from downtown to the Jacksonville Beach area.


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