Ukrainians Unveiled 200-meter-long Flag on Unity Day

February 16 2022 Kyiv, Ukraine – Ukrainians unfold 200-meter-long national flag on Unity Day in Kyiv this morning. A group of government workers and supporters carried the giant flag along the Olympic Stadium as they sang the Ukraine National anthem.

Ukraine President Zelensky declared today a Unity Day to counteract what some have been saying will be the day of #Russia invasion.

February 15, 2022 – Kyiv, Ukraine: Life in the Ukraine continues as normal under the threat of a possible invasion. As Russia claims to be ending their “standard military practices” of positioning troops around Ukraine’s border for a complete invasion based off what Russian officials are calling growing security concerns, it is important to note that there’s no sign of de-escalation with over 100,000 Russian troops remaining on the ground near the Ukraine border.

According to the (SBU) Ukraine’s security service, it has seen unprecedented attempts of cyber attacks that aim to influence the general public with misinformation. The SBU has raised concerns over the strength of this secondary form of warfare.

Following President Biden’s phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the implementation of the Minsk Agreements is yet again center stage, as a way of defusing a Russian assault in eastern Ukraine. President Biden is calling Russia’s aggression a war of choice.

Although open to widely different interpretations and seen as flawed by some, the Minsk agreement’s importance of preventing unilateral sanctions on the Ukraine is also essential to having a diplomatic process.

The United States has promised swift intervention in the case of any further Russian aggression but recently added claims of needing to substantiate Russian de-escalation reports before any such intervention.

Video by Oliya Scootercaster (FreedomNews.TV)

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