Germany: more demonstrations against the war in Ukraine are planned for the weekend. In Berlin, 100,000 participants have been reported

Large demonstrations against Russian aggression in Ukraine are once again to be held in Berlin and other German cities.

Protesters against the Russian onslaught will set off on March 13 at 12:00 pm from Alexanderplatz

On Sunday at noon, thousands of Berliners want to protest the war and show their solidarity with the Ukrainian people. The march will set off from Alexanderplatz and reach Straße des 17. Juni.

The organizers of the demonstration, when giving notice of the planned gathering, said that they expected one hundred thousand participants. How many people will actually attend remains to be seen.

More than a hundred thousand Berliners at the demonstration organized on February 27

Demonstrations are also planned in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Leipzig.

This is not the first large demonstration in Germany organized to show solidarity with Ukraine. On 27 February, shortly after the Russian attack, at the initiative of trade unions, churches and ecological organisations, over a hundred thousand Berliners took to the streets to call for peace in Ukraine.


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