It is important that the world understands one thing: Ukraine is resisting and will continue to do so
Ukrainian philosopher Volodymyr Iermolenko: “Russian aggression since 2014 contributed to consolidation among the people who might earlier have felt close to Russian culture or Russia’s information space. Mr Putin’s invasion will accelerate this process. When Russians shell residential buildings and destroy the central square in Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine, every shot diminishes the number of those who have sympathy with Russia. People who felt they belonged in the Russian cultural space ten years ago, feel a strong Ukrainian identity now”.