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Priyanka Chopra has a message for world leaders regarding Ukraine crisis

Sunday, April 10, 2022 • Hindi Comments
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Priyanka Chopra has a message for world leaders regarding Ukraine crisis

The ongoing crisis in Eastern Europe has been spiraling out of control day by day and it is affecting people throughout the globe in one way or the other. Several celebs have spoken about this issue and recently, actress Priyanka Chopra also took to her Instagram to make an appeal to world leaders and urged them to help children and refugees affected by this crisis.

Priyanka shared a video on Instagram in which she said, "World leaders, this is a direct appeal to you. We need you to answer the call from activists and advocates working to support the humanitarian and refugee crisis that we are watching unfold every day in Eastern Europe. We need you to take immediate action to help displaced people from Ukraine and all around the world."

She further added, "To give you context in total two million children have been forced to leave everything behind in search of safety in neighbouring countries. Together with the 2.5 million children internally displaced inside Ukraine. It's one of the fastest large-scale displacements of children since World War 2. These numbers are staggering. So much trauma for so many young lives which will forever be carved into their memories. None of these children will ever be the same again after what they have seen and what they have experienced."

Priynaka concluded by saying, "So the leaders of the UK, Germany, Japan, Norway, Australia when you meet to decide how much funding you will give to support humanitarian aid, will you stand up for refugees everywhere? Will you contribute the billions that they need? I'm asking everyone who sees this video to please amplify this call. Post yourself, share a video from an activist or share this video, so that our leaders know we need the world to stand up and support refugees. This is the largest refugee crisis we have seen as human beings."

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