People around the world are showing their support for Ukraine by adding the country’s yellow and blue flag to their social media pages.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is now in its fifth day.
Ukraine reportedly repelled attacks by Russian forces on its capital, Kyiv, on Monday morning, and talks are expected to take place between Ukraine and Russia amid fears Belarus could join the conflict on Russia’s side.
Read more:Live updates as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine enters day five
Western countries have said they will toughen sanctions and buy and deliver weapons to Ukraine, including Stinger missiles to shoot down helicopters and other planes.
European countries will also supply fighter jets to Ukraine, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky remains in the country and leads the war effort. When offered an evacuation by the Americans, Mr Zelensky told Washington he needed “ammunition” not “a ride”.
People all over the world are showing their solidarity with the Ukrainian people and their dismay at Russian President Vladamir Putin.
How to Add Flag of Ukraine to Profile Picture and Show Support
Many choose to add the Ukrainian flag to profile pictures on Facebook.
There’s a simple way to do this, as Bristol Live reports.
First, head over to Facebook Profile Photo Frames by clicking here, you will need to be logged in to Facebook.
Select the Ukrainian flag from the options. You can type Ukraine into the search box, but the yellow and blue flag might already be at the top of the list if your friends have been using it.
Adjust the positioning of the flag on your image. Then choose how long you want the flag on your profile to be for an hour, a day, a week, etc., or indefinitely until you choose to renew it. Then click “use as profile picture” and it should work right away.
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