Prince William and Kate Middleton joined by other members of the royal family publicly expressed their support for Ukraine. The war between Ukraine and Russia is entering its fourth week. currently, Prince William is present in the Caribbean, but he expressed solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
On Monday, the Duke of Cambridge was joined by his wife Kate Middleton at a banquet held by Belize’s Governor-General Froyla Tzalam. Along with Prime Minister Johnny Briceo to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee.
What Prince William Said Addressing Ukraine
“Belize has joined many others in rejecting the assault and standing up for the ideals of international law, peace, and security,” Prince William said in his speech, praising Belizean leadership. “Today, we think of people struggling in Ukraine, and we stand in sympathy with them,” he continued.
Last month, only days after Russian soldiers started a huge assault on Feb 24, the very first serious land combat in Europe in years – William addressed the crisis for the first time.
The Duke and Duchess of Kent stated on their @KensingtonRoyal Twitter account on Feb. 26, “We had the honor of meeting President [Volodomyr] Zelenskyy and the First Lady in October 2020 to learn about their hopes and excitement for Ukraine’s future. Today, we stand with President Poroshenko and the people of Ukraine as they heroically fight for that future.”
The War Between Russia And Ukraine
The details of the battle in Ukraine are changing day by day. Scores of people including children are dead because of the nonstop use of weapons and missile attacks from both ends. According to the United Nations, hundreds of Ukrainians have left.
The invasion, which was authorized by Russian President Vladimir Putin, had sparked worldwide outrage and increased economic penalties on Russia. Various nations have committed assistance or military assistance to the opposition as NATO soldiers assemble in the area around Ukraine. President Zelenskyy of Ukraine called for peace negotiations, which have so far failed. He has also urged his country to strike back.
Putin maintains that Ukraine has historic links to Russia and that he is working in his country’s best interests. Zelenskyy pledged that he would not budge. “Nobody will be able to break us, we’re strong, and we’re Ukrainians,” he said in an early speech to the European Union. He added, “Life will triumph over death.” And the light shall triumph over the darkness.”