Ukrainian flag raised at South Dundas township hall

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By Nick Seebruch
Ukrainian flag raised at South Dundas township hall
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SOUTH DUNDAS, Ontario – South Dundas Mayor Steven Byvelds commented on the raising of the Ukrainian national flag at the township’s Municipal Office in support of that country’s struggle against an invasion from Russia.

“Today South Dundas solidifies our support for the people of Ukraine through the flying of the Ukrainian flag at the Municipal office. The flag is a symbol of
our solidarity with Ukraine to stand against the heinous war crimes committed by President Putin and the Kremlin. The unprovoked attacks in Ukraine are
devastating, with ramifications that will last for generations,” Mayor Byvelds’ statement reads.

Byvelds went on to say that while the invasion is ongoing, that he hopes that Canada and Canadians will continue to do all that they can to support Ukraine.

“We cannot begin to understand the depth of fear, sorrow and desperation the people of Ukraine are experiencing. We are thankful that our own country
continues to condemn Putin’s actions and support Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he said. “As we watch and read of the tragedies abroad, we will keep Ukraine in our hearts and thoughts and provide supports where we can. When you see the flag flying here in our own community, may it act as a reminder of the courage and resolve shown by Ukrainians to fight for their democracy, an ideology we cherish and share.”

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