The event, organised , among others, by the Euromaidan Warsaw and the Open Dialog Foundation, was not only reported by the Polish and Ukrainian media; Ukrainian diaspora’s online portals around the world also became interested in it.
The Vyshyvanka Parade was announced by the media, such as the Polish online portal podija.pl or Polskie Radio and the Swiss etrigg.com, which informs people about planned events around the world. “The Polish capital hosted the Vyshyvanka Parade, which was attended by several hundred Ukrainians, Crimean Tatars, Poles and Belarusians. The marchers walked through the streets of Warsaw with Ukrainian, Polish and Tatar flags”– we read on the Russian portal ‘123ru.net’, while ‘uazmi.org’ adds: “wyshyvanka has brought all people closer together”.
The most extensive elaboration of the event was presented by the Global News Ukraine. The author described in detail the course of the parade and published a number of photos from the event.
Sources: podija.pl, polradio.pl, etrigg.com, 123ru.net, uazmi.org, global-ukraine-news.org