I don’t want flowers, I want my Ukraine

On the eve of March 8, “word of mouth” worked, and the previous action attracted a lot of attention. We knew that before March 8, the occupiers would give flowers to women on the streets, near shops: here, hold one tulip, hold a humanitarian flower.

Even when March 8 had long passed, the girls continued to print the postcard “I don’t want flowers, I want my Ukraine” and stick it in their cities. Actively joined our Telegram channel. The first was Berdyansk and the small towns around Melitopol, but I consider my victory the moment when the first girl from Crimea wrote to us.

Zla Mavka

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