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Several dozen activists, relatives and families of Ukrainian hostages held by the Kremlin are picketing Bankova and Instytutska Streets in Kyiv downtown. The families of all those illegally held by Russia united to remind the EU leaders who came to Kyiv for the Summit that the Russian aggression against Ukraine has a humanitarian aspect, and that their relatives have spent a lot of time in captivity - in occupied Donbas, Crimea, and Russia.
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The participants of the picket brought posters featuring eyes and names of their relatives, so that the EU leaders could look in the eyes of the Kremlin hostages.
They also read out an address to the EU leadership, asking them not to forget the hostages and make maximum efforts to release them from the Russian captivity.
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