‘Siamo Russi – Putin is a war criminal’

“I want to know what they think, hear how their families are”.

Russians and Ukranians united in a square, face to face realizing that war and conflict between countries is a sociopolitical construct and that they are on the same side against war.

After 13 years of absence , a march in Piazza San Marco.

The need of brotherhood could be felt from the words of the women that suffered the absence of their relatives still struggling in Ukraine, could be seen from the banners of the russians and heard from the shouts of all the students and elderly that were standing together.

Standing still
Ukraine – Venice