The current year’s Lithuania’s entrance for the Eurovision Song Contest, Monika Liu, utilized the force of music to show backing to Ukraine and its Eurovision finalist, Kalush Orchestra. Besides the fact that she waved the Ukrainian banner during the live semi-last and last shows, yet additionally joined a drive in Vilnius, the capital, where the country’s popular performers, the soloists of the National Opera and Ballet Theater, and a youngsters’ ensemble showed melodic fortitude, asking to keep supporting Ukraine during and after the Eurovision Song Contest.
Monika Liu along with other Lithuanian entertainers sang Ukraine’s Eurovision section tune Stefania in another video, shot in the city of Vilnius. The drive featured Vilnius’ persistent help to Ukraine starting from the start of the conflict on February 24th and showed fortitude with the conflict outcasts
Close by the first verses, converted into English, the revamp of the Ukrainian Eurovision hit highlighted another refrain: “Hearts of Vilnius/Burn yellow and blue/Long as we are free/We will remain by you.” According to the makers of the change, this is the feeling that has been apparent in the capital and whole country all through the whole intrusion of Ukraine.
The joint melodic coordinated effort was likewise started to praise the Ukrainian Days in Vilnius Vilniushyvanka-instituted by intertwining Vilnius and vyshyvanka, the public Ukrainian shirt weaved with beautiful customary examples on May thirteenth fifteenth. The occasion reveals insight into Ukrainian culture, craftsmanship, and history. Vilnius’ occupants and guests are welcome to respect the advanced age customary Ukrainian outfits, take an interest instantly crowd and half and half dance celebration, meander in the roads on an instructive course pinpointing the Lithuanian and Ukrainian ties since forever ago, and taste Ukraine’s public dishes in spring up eateries.
“Vilnius has turned into a permanent spot for the vast majority Ukrainian outcasts, our occupants being dynamic allies of Ukraine through gifts, compassionate guide, and humanitarian effort starting from the start of the conflict,” said Remigijus Šimašius, Mayor of Vilnius. “Last year we praised the Eurovision with city-wide enrichments and shows, however this time everything without a doubt revolves around fortitude, solidarity, and being there for everybody impacted by the conflict. Thusly, the redo of Ukraine’s Eurovision tune Stefania is one more method for making a firm stand that we are along with Ukraine now and consistently.”