"Look closely at their faces" - Ukrainian art project at G20

7 July 2017, 10:42 | Faith and weapon | 0 |   | Code for Blog |  | 

In Hamburg, where the G-20 Summit will begin this Friday, the posters were placed featuring portraits of Ukrainian military, chaplains, volunteers, and doctors who resist Russian aggression in the ATO area. Among the sixty project participants we see the faces of three military chaplains of the UGCC: Fr. Igor Fedoryshyn, Fr. Taras Kotsyuba and Fr. Andriy Zelinsky.

It is reported by the Department of Information of the UGCC.

“These courageous people are united by the project “Look closely at their faces”, launched by the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center, the Ukrainian Embassy in the US and photographer Roman Nikolayev in September 2016,” the authors note.

In their belief, this project has a very important goal - to remind the leaders of free world that Ukraine received security guarantees in 1994, according to the Budapest Memorandum, when it renounced the third world’s largest nuclear arsenal. And now it bravely counters the Russian aggression.

More information about each project participant can be found at herofaces.org.


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    • Roma Hayda | 14 July 2017, 18:46

      Excellent analysis with important historical and faith based references. Our faith asks us to forgive (and we must), but it does not ask for amnesia. The Servant of God Andrey Sheptytsky was a strong

    • Ігор Мицько | 12 July 2017, 15:08

      А мільярди Владіміра Путіна посідають особливе місце у Банку Ватикана.

    • Ігор Мицько | 4 July 2017, 11:26

      Робота ГРУ перед зустріччю кремлівського уродця з Трампом.

    • ustavschyk | 3 July 2017, 17:12

      Який "пастирський візит"?! Леонардо Кардинал Сандрі ніякий 'пастир' для УГКЦ, навіть брати до уваги що він префект Конгрегації проти - пробачте, 'для' Східних Церков.

    • Ron Feledichuk | 28 June 2017, 16:27

      And yet so many Ukrainians are under the russian imposed belief that the russian orthodox church is their Mother church including some of my own family in Canada!

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