This morning, the annual Mothers' Procession, dedicated to the Mother's Day celebration, began in Kyiv. According to Ukrinform, about 300 people took part in it, most of whom are mothers of fallen soldiers.
During the procession, everyone could sign the postcard "Warm words to the hero's mother."
The procession began on Mykhailivska Square, then the participants went to the St. Volodymyr's Cathedral.
Earlier we reported about mothers of convicted in Russia Ukrainian Stanislav Klykh and detained near Luhansk Russian Viktor Ageev pleaded the presidents of Russia and Ukraine to pardon their sons and release them, as Novaya gazeta informs.
“We are the mothers of our children Stanislav Klykh and Viktor Ageev. With the greatest respect towards our governments, of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, we plead and beg you to release and pardon our children, who are in captivity, and, like Stanislav, in prison, where he has spent the last three years,” Tamara Klykh said.
She says she hasn’t heard anything about her son in the last six months.
“I would like you, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, and our Ukrainian president, Petro Oleksiyovych Poroshenko, to solve this issue. I believe, it’s in your power to do this: send our children back home, pardon them and stop the war,” Klykh added.
Svitlana Ageeva phrased her agreement and called for the war’s end.