The headquarters of the Hoya de Huesca|Plana de Uesca region, located in the Coso Alto of the capital of Huesca, was illuminated this Thursday afternoon with the colors of the Ukrainian flag, showing off blue on the main façade and yellow in which it gives to Moya street. The lights have been turned on at 7:30 p.m. unanimously agreed by the board of spokespersons of this administration held this Tuesday.
With this action, the Region has joined the Institutional declaration of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) in which the attacks carried out in various Ukrainian cities by the Russian army are condemned. Likewise, the firm support for the population of Ukraine is expressed, it supports any action aimed at reestablishing peace and democratic coexistence and makes itself available to the Government of Spain to collaborate in any type of humanitarian action aimed at alleviating the damage caused for this war.
The Hoya de Huesca Region expresses solidarity, in a special way, with those citizens and natives of Ukraine residing in any of the forty municipalities of the demarcation as well as with those other people from this territory of the Alto Aragonese province who maintain close family ties or friendship with the Ukrainian people.
According to the statement issued by this corporation, the region “participates in their suffering and shows its availability to work to reconquer peace, demanding the immediate cessation of aggression and the withdrawal of Russian military personnel who have unilaterally violated international law”.
On the other hand, the Huesca City Council has unanimously approved this Wednesday a resolution proposal condemning the attack on Ukraine and expressing the solidarity of the city with the Ukrainian people.