Scores of Ukrainians marked the 23rd anniversary of their country’s independence in Prague on Sunday. With some participants wearing Ukrainian folk costumes or carrying national symbols, the group marched across Charles Bridge to náměstí Kinských in Prague 5, where they laid wreathes at a monument to Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko. The gathering was intended to celebrate Ukraine’s independence in 1991 and to highlight the current crisis in the country, where armed conflict with pro-Russian rebels is continuing in the east. A further gathering of Ukrainians in Prague was planned for Wenceslas Square later on Sunday.
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