Before Zelensky's speech: the Romanian Parliament honored the victims of the war in Ukraine with a minute of silence
The Romanian Parliament honored the memory of the victims of the war in Ukraine/Video screenshot
On Monday, April 4, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the Romanian Parliament. Before Zelensky's speech, the Romanian Parliament made an important gesture of respect for Ukraine.
However, this time the address of the President of Ukraine to the Romanian deputies was preceded by an unusual moment, Channel 24 reports.
The Romanian Parliament honored the memory of the victims of the war in Ukraine
Romanian MP and President of the Union of Ukrainians in Romania Mykola-Miroslav Petretsky called on his colleagues to observe a minute of silence in memory of all those who died in the war in Ukraine.
As a result of the illegal aggression of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine, which resulted in the death of thousands of innocent people, I ask you to keep a moment of silence,” the deputy said.
We will add that that he delivered part of his speech in Ukrainian.