New Zealanders march to support Ukraine

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Thousands of people have marched through Auckland to honour victims of the Ukraine War.

The march began at midday on Saturday, heading from Aotea Square to the Auckland War Museum.

Protesters were decked out in Ukraine’s national colours, yellow and blue.

Ukraine Association of New Zealand said the march will honour all the innocent victims who have lost their lives, relatives, and homes.

Minister for Ethnic Communities Priyanca Radhakrishnan and Auckland mayor Phil Goff addressed the marchers.

Yesterday marked 100 days since the war started.

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