Rally against Russian invasion of Ukraine in Bangkok

Rally against Russian invasion of Ukraine in Bangkok

Protesters against the Russian invasion of Ukraine walk on the Green Bridge from Lumpini to Benjakiti parks on Sunday. (Photo: Arnun Chonmahatrakool)
Protesters against the Russian invasion of Ukraine walk on the Green Bridge from Lumpini to Benjakiti parks on Sunday. (Photo: Arnun Chonmahatrakool)

About 50 protesters held a rally against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, demanding the immediate withdrawal of Russian troops.

The protesters, including Ukrainians, Russians, Belarusians, Thais and other nationals, marched from Lumpini to Benjakiti parks against the Russian intruders and called for Russian soldiers to immediately leave Ukraine.

They sang the Ukrainian anthem outside Benjakiti Park before ending the one-hour demonstration after Lumpini police did not allow them to go inside the park with flags and banners.

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