BALTIMORE — U.S. allies all over the world are condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Here are some of the reactions from leaders and lawmakers around Maryland.
Putin's unprovoked aggression demands a unified and resolute response from America and our allies.— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) February 24, 2022
My full statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine: pic.twitter.com/x4aXNRsvut
Please join Archbishop Lori as he calls for prayers for Ukraine. https://t.co/p7FonRaXzQ— Archdiocese of Baltimore (@archbalt) February 24, 2022
Praying for the people of #Ukraine. We stand with them and with democracy. Putin must be held accountable for this atrocity.— Dutch Ruppersberger (@Call_Me_Dutch) February 24, 2022
One person alone, Vladimir Putin, is responsible for the destruction and likely deaths that will occur from this unprovoked military incursion. He will be held accountable for these actions. https://t.co/24U9KEUAZy— Senator Ben Cardin (@SenatorCardin) February 24, 2022
We stand by the people of Ukraine against Putin’s unprovoked aggression & must immediately rally our allies to deploy the full weight of punishing economic sanctions & arm the resistance. Putin must be made to rue the day he began this bloodletting. pic.twitter.com/i3glQLfii3— Senator Chris Van Hollen (@ChrisVanHollen) February 24, 2022
We stand firm with the people of Ukraine, our allies in NATO, and our partners in Europe— Anthony Brown (@RepAnthonyBrown) February 24, 2022
I have full faith that President Biden will continue our ironclad commitment with NATO to defend the security of Europe. We will hold Putin accountable for his disregard of international law https://t.co/SBCTnfBoNp