The Irish Independent has printed the main editorial in Ukrainian for the first time in history
To mark the one month of the Ukrainian confrontation, one of the most popular Irish newspapers has printed an editorial in Ukrainian. It’s only ever been in Irish and English before.
“It is the duty of all freedom-loving people to support them. Ireland can best do so by welcoming those with nowhere else to turn. It is our privilege, not just our duty to do so. As Irish peace activist Betty Williams said: To say that on a daily basis you can make a difference, well, you can. One act of kindness a day can do it,” said in the editorial “Opening our hearts and our borders to people of Ukraine.”