First Lady of Ukraine gives speech at Russian war crimes exhibition in London

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First lady of ukraine gives speech at russian war crimes exhibition in london

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First Lady of Ukraine gives speech at Russian war crimes exhibition in London: Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska tours an exhibition in Portcullis House, London detailing alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine. First Lady of Ukraine implores MPs to view shocking images of Russian war crimes in new exhibition.

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