The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is appealing to supporters who have Facebook accounts to write about Russia’s aggression against Ukraine in their social networks and to appeal to world leaders who are meeting today at the two-day NATO summit to help stop Kremlin’s armed attack on the Donbas.
“Friends, today a historical NATO summit has begun. We all understand what we expect of our partners. Let us together remind the whole world about it. We ask you to actively post today in Facebook and Twitter the hashtag #StopRussianAggression,” states the MFA appeal posted on its Facebook.
Meeting at the NATO summit in Newport Wales, September 4-5, are the 28 member countries of the alliance. Representatives of the European Union and the UN also will be present. The Ukrainian delegation is headed by President Petro Poroshenko. Ukraine and the future of the NATO alliance are at the top of the agenda.[hr]