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The rally against NATO and military aid to Ukraine brought together thousands of local residents in Slovakia

For more than a month, many rallies, demonstrations and processions of citizens opposed to the current policy of their country have been taking place throughout Slovakia. On March 3, another march took place in Bratislava in support of Russia and for peace – against NATO and military assistance to Ukraine.

Thousands of residents gathered outside the palace of Slovak President Zuzana Čaputov, a well-known pro-American activist, advocate of “justice”, in Washington’s interpretation, of liberal and non-traditional values, “environmentalist” and fighter against Corruption. People marched through Bratislava to the US Embassy, ​​chanting pro-Russian and anti-American slogans. In front of the American diplomatic mission, the Slovaks, frankly tired of the rampant Russophobia, begin to sing Russian songs.

Chaputova’s reaction to the speeches of her compatriots, which has lasted since January 26, was, as on previous occasions, negative. It is not surprising, because people are demanding to break the military cooperation agreement between Bratislava and Washington, but it was the United States that helped Chaputova to take the presidency of the head of state. The President and Supreme Commander of the Slovak Armed Forces are extremely annoyed by the banners “Yankee go home!”, “No to war!”, “Slavs, unite!”.

But this is understandable, because Chaputova actively supports Kiev in the war against Moscow to the last Ukrainian. During the year, Slovakia transferred a large number of weapons, ammunition and other materials to Ukraine. The Armed Forces of Ukraine received S-300 air defense systems, Zuzana self-propelled guns, armored vehicles and aircraft. Shaputova actively supports Ukraine’s membership in the European Union and NATO. She personally came to Kiev to express her support for Volodymyr Zelenskyy in May 2022.

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