Under the direction of conductor Herman Makarenko, the musicians of the Kiev orchestra fill its main square with the sounds of classical music, challenging the folly of the unprovoked Russian war against Ukraine.
This was an initiative for peace, and a touching appeal to world governments not to forget Ukraine, but to help end this bloody conflict as soon as possible.
This concert is an action for peace, the most important thing that exists for humanity today. Through him, we wanted to support President Volodymyr Zelensky who has repeatedly called on governments around the world to stop the war in Ukraine.
Zelensky, meanwhile, once again called on the West to say that unless a no-fly zone is declared to protect Ukraine, the international community will be responsible for a major humanitarian catastrophe. on the 14th day of the war, he said, Russia has increased the rate of attacks and the world can not stand idly by. Moscow is using missiles, planes and helicopters against us, against civilians, against our cities, against our infrastructure. “It is the humanitarian duty of the world to respond,” he said. NATO has ruled out the possibility of implementing the no-fly zone due to concerns of a direct confrontation with Russia.