Prince Harry and Meghan says they ‘stand with the people of Ukraine’ after Russia invasion

Prince Harry and Meghan who is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have both joined to defend Ukraine over the invasion by Russia.


It would be recalled that Russians have been attacking Ukrainian borders, where the Russian President, Putin told the Ukrainian president to tell their soldiers to surrender their weapons and withdraw from NATO or else more attacks would befall them.

President Vladimir Putin on Thursday, launched a heavy invasion on the Ukrainian center with missile strikes on cities, matching troops into the country, promoting acrimony from Western leaders.


the US President, Joe Biden unmasked drastic new sanctions against Russia some hours ago, assessing measures to restrict Russia’s manpower to do business in the world’s major currencies, along with sanctions against Banks and state-owned businesses.

“This

is a premeditated attack,” Joe Biden notified reporters at the White House, telling Russian Vladimir Putin rejected trials by the West to work in discussion and had disobeyed international law. “Putin is the aggressor. Putin chose this warn and now he and his country will bear the consequences.”
Joe Biden’s action was followed by UK prime minister Boris Johnson.


Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan have also aired their voice to developing concerns, explaining they, along with Archewell staff:

Prince Harry and Meghan says they ‘stand with the people of Ukraine’ after Russia invasion


“stand with the people of Ukraine against this breach of international and humanitarian law and encourage the global community and its leaders to do the same”.

Ukraine women in front line to stop Russia offensive (Video)
It was reported this wasn’t the first time the royal couple have commented on the world’s problems.

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