Ohio Governor Declares Day Of Prayer For Ukraine
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has declared Sunday, February 27th, a Day of Prayer in Ohio honoring the people of Ukraine.
He says Ukraine’s flag will fly at the Ohio Statehouse and Governor’s Residence to further show support for those under attack in Ukraine and for Ohio’s Ukrainian population.
On the Day of Prayer in Ohio, DeWine and his wife Fran attended Sunday church service at St. Andrew Ukrainian Catholic Church in Parma to stand in solidarity with Ohio’s Ukrainian community.
DeWine has also directed state commerce officials to cease the purchase and sale of all vodka made by the Russian company Russian Standard Vodka.
In addition, liquor venders in the Buckeye State have been directed to immediately pull “Green Mark Vodka” and “Russian Standard Vodka” from their shelves.
I have declared Sunday, February 27, 2022, a Day of Prayer in Ohio honoring the people of Ukraine. Ukraine's flag will also soon fly at the Ohio Statehouse and Governor's Residence to further show support for those under attack in Ukraine and for Ohio's Ukrainian population. pic.twitter.com/Vu8Nntz9r6
— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) February 26, 2022