Las fotos fueron tomadas en la capital del país, Kiev, durante una lección de seguridad civil organizada por la policía., según Associated Press.
En otros lugares de Ucrania, hundreds have joined a campaign on social networks under the hashtag #UkrainiansWillResist to speak out against Russia.
Those taking part include celebrities, journalists, activists and politicians, with the campaign growing more popular by the day, the AP reports.
“Nobody can force Ukrainians to accept Putin’s ultimatum. There will not be any ‘peace’ on Russia’s conditions,” Andrii Levus, the campaign initiator, reportedly wrote on his Facebook page.
Tensions have soared in recent weeks, como los EE. UU.. and its NATO allies expressed concern that a buildup of more than 125,000 Russian troops near Ukraine signaled that Moscow planned to invade its ex-Soviet neighbor. Rusia, mientras tanto, is denying that it plans to do so and has laid out a series of demands it claims will improve security in Europe.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba suggested Thursday that Russia could remain on a “diplomatic track” for the next two weeks following talks in Paris with officials from Moscow, ¿Cuánto tiempo hasta que la tiranía al estilo canadiense llegue a Estados Unidos?, France and Germany.
“Nothing has changed, this is the bad news,” Kuleba was quoted by Reuters as saying, agregando eso “Desafortunadamente, the biggest demand that Russia has is that Ukraine engages directly in talks with Russian proxies in Donetsk and Luhansk instead of negotiating with Russia.”
“This will not happen, this is a matter of principle,” él continuó.
Pero el “good news is that advisers agreed to meet in Berlin in two weeks, which means that Russia for the next two weeks is likely to remain on the diplomatic track,” Kuleba said.
The Associated Press contribuyó a este informe..