Dear Vladimir, you got an email

Four of our students from 2º Bachillerato have decided to contact both, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and the United Nations Refugee Agency President, to express their disagreement with the actions being taken in Ukraine. They have sent four emails to complain about the cruel and miserable war operations carried out by Russia and to thank the UN for helping the refugees who want to flee from their country. Here you have the emails.

Las autoras de la correspondencia digital

Dear Mr. Putin,

I am writing to complain about the terrible things that you are doing in Ukraine.

The problem began on Thursday 24th February from the moment you started the attack. Although Volodímir Zelenski, the president of Ukraine, was a little bit afraid, he was willing to defend his people. Then, as you found unacceptable the expansion of the NATO and the military development of the Ukrainian by the alliance, you decided to attack several regions of the country with your Russian troops.

Firstly, I would like to point out that it is horrible for all the citizens of the world, to start a war and threaten many of the other countries that are part of that organization (NATO). Secondly, you should think about the huge sanctions other countries could impose if you go on with this invasion. Finally, I would recommend you to reconsider your terrible choice and leave the Ukrainian people in peace.

To sum up, I very much hope that you will look into this matter, so that in the future both countries will be able to live peacefully. Please, think about it.

I look forward to your reply. 

Yours faithfully,

Andrea Álvarez

Dear Mr. President,

 I am writing this email regarding the living conditions of the Ukranian refugees that might cross our borders. I want to give my support to those who may need it.

The number of refugees is increasing as the conflict progresses. If we provided them with the things they need, such as clothes and food, they would feel more comfortable. In addition to this, if we collect all these items from those that are willing to help, we might have enough for everyone. We can also donate first-aid kits to the injured ones. Moreover, we could adapt pavilions in case they arrive and need a place to stay.

I believe that if we help them, we could make a better world for the refugees. We also have to think about children. They probably do not know what is happening right now and they must be confused about leaving their homes. We should give them emotional support.

To sum up, I hope that all of us together will bring help to those that are having a really hard time. Even the tiniest help could make a change. 

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Kind regards, 

Laura Expósito Fariña.

Dear UN refugee Agency President,

I am contacting you to congratulate you for making an effort with helping the refugees. Supporting their cause is crucial to make a difference.

I would like to point out that the problems were caused by president Putin. Although I am willing to help you with this situation.

Firstly, I think that you will share my opinion that it is unacceptable for Ukranians to be in danger in their own country: even those who are in bunkers. Moreover, there are people who have to leave their belongings and their families to join the war. This is also horrible.

All in all, thank you for everything you do. And I very much hope that everyone will do their best to help them.

Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you require any help.

I look forward to your reply.

Yours faithfully,

Nerissa Vera

Dear UN Refugee Agency President,

I am contacting you to congratulate you for your contributions, since you are making an effort to
improve this worrying situation.
It is a fact that what is happening in Russia and Ukraine is a horrible situation. I would like to
point out that the whole problem was caused by president Putin. But now we need to focus on
the current situation.
Firstly, I would like to say that this big issue has sent more than 2.5 millions of Ukrainians to
refugee camps. Secondly, that is not the only problem. Also, How do you feed all those people?
How do you maintain all their basic needs? And finally, I think it is irresponsible and
unacceptable putting all the blame on you for something that is out of your hands.
Perhaps one possible solution is to send them to the US or throughout the European Union.

Thanks for trying. Please keep with your effort.


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