Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla met with Ukrainian community in Canada
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the nation’s capital Ottawa and spoke with the members of the local Ukrainian community. They also honored Canada’s war dead.
The prince and the duchess visited the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, where they observed a service and recited a prayer. They also listened as a priest told them Ukrainians would “never forget” the support extended to their country by Boris Johnson and the Royal Family — and then met members of Canada’s Ukrainian community to learn about local efforts to support their war-torn homeland.
During their visit to Canada, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada, Yulia Kovaliv, presented Prince Charles and his wife Camilla with a Ukrainian patriotic stamp with the slogan “Russian warship, f**k you…!”