Zelenskyy Set To Consider Gay Marriage Petition; Likely To Legalise It In Ukraine: Report

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07/10/2022

In a significant development amid the ongoing war, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is likely to consider a petition calling to legalise gay marriage in the country. Although Ukrainian flags have flown at pride events all across the Western world, homosexual marriage remains incredibly unpopular in Ukraine. The petition, which was submitted in early June, recently reached 25,000 signatures, propelling Zelenskyy to respond to it. “At this point in time, every day can be the last. Let people of the same sex get the opportunity to start a family and have an official document to prove it. They need the same rights as traditional couples,” the petition reads, referring to the ongoing war in Ukraine, RT News reported.

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