Mark Ruffalo took to his social media account to express his condolences to those ‘innocent people’ affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Thursday. All those trapped in the midst of ‘violence and destruction’ received his best wishes. The Russian military has entered northern Ukraine, and several reports claim that 18 people have been killed in an attack near Odesa, Ukraine.
Mark Ruffalo on Russia-Ukraine war
Taking to social media, the Hulk actor sent his best wishes to those ‘innocent’ individuals caught up in the war. The actor is often known for expressing his opinions and advocating for humanitarian causes, and on Thursday he did so again. Mark Ruffalo’s tweet read, “Sending love and good prayers to all innocent people of Ukraine and Russia and Europe who are caught up in this sad and corrosive moment of asymmetrical violence and destruction, especially the young people. You have done nothing to deserve this perversion and obscene spectacle.”
Have a look at Mark Ruffalo’s tweet on Russia-Ukraine war
Sending love and good prayers to all innocent people of Ukraine and Russia and Europe who are caught up in this sad and corrosive moment of asymmetrical violence and destruction, especially the young people. You have done nothing to deserve this perversion and obscene spectacle.
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) February 24, 2022
About Russia-Ukraine war
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine on Thursday, February 24, and took control of two villages in the east of the country. Before the invasion, he said the conflict between the two countries was ‘inevitable’ and the military activity was to demilitarize Ukraine. After the briefing, the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine addressed the media. “As of 13:00 on February 24, the Russian military launched more than 30 strikes using “Caliber” cruise missiles, MLRS, aircraft, and artillery against Ukrainian civil and military infrastructure.” Video of Russian helicopters flying over the Hostomel Airport in Kyiv also went viral on Thursday.
— India in Ukraine (@IndiainUkraine) February 24, 2022
The Indian Embassy in Kyiv issued an advisory for Indians in Ukraine after the country’s government declared martial law, which makes traveling difficult. It acknowledged this and announced that it was contacting local establishments to assist those students stranded in Kyiv.