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Meaningful banner in a Polish club match.  The first such gesture after the invasion

Meaningful banner in a Polish club match. The first such gesture after the invasion

PGE Skra Bełchatów Fighting for promotion to the final CEV CupThe second most important European Volleyball Cup. They are playing with the leader of the French League, Tours VB. Before the meeting, the Polish team made a decision to support Ukraine, which was attacked on Thursday by Russia.

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An eloquent banner for fans during the PGE Skra match in the CEV Cup

Bełchatów fans prepared a special banner that appeared in the stands before the start of the match. They wrote on it “Hands off Ukraine” (Hands off Ukraine) Ukraine).

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In addition to the sign during the meeting, especially during breaks ToyThe flag of Ukraine was displayed on longitudinal screens between the stands of Energia Hall in Bełchatów. This is the first such gesture of support during the sports games in Poland since the Russian invasion.

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PGE Sugar Peshato I also published a photo of the strips in the colors of Ukraine prepared before match on social media. “Today we are participating in an international event – a match CEV Cup Guys, but the whole world lives in the situation beyond our eastern borders and we, as a club, do not forget about it ”- reads the statement.

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“We will be with Ukraine in this difficult moment and we want to say out loud: Ukraine is not dead,” the club added.