"We are watching pure evil happening every day in front of our eyes", — American investor Hatem Dhiab stressed about Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Hatem Dhiab, a leading partner at the Los Angeles-based investment company, said in a statement within the #StandwithUkraine global initiative supported by the NGO Techiia Foundation stated that Ukrainians are being killed just for being Ukrainians.
"I am here today to bring our support to the Ukrainian people. We are watching pure evil happen every day in front of our eyes. There is no place for war. There is only a place for love and peace. We are watching our Ukrainian brothers and sisters, small children being, whole families being slaughtered because of the fact that they are Ukrainians, they seek democracy, and they want to be free. We are here to support them, we are here to tell them that we love them, that we will try whatever we can to make sure that they succeed in this fight and they have everything they need to prevail,” said Hatem Dhiab, the Managing Partner of Gerber Kawasaki.
The businessman stressed that Americans will try to do everything in their power to make the Ukrainians succeed in this struggle and provide Ukraine with everything it needs to win.
"There is no place on Earth for darkness, there is only a place for light. And as dark as it feels today, I am sure soon enough things will get better. So we love you, we send you our strength, and we hope you prevail soon," underlined Hatem Dhiab.
It is worth mentioning that video addresses in support of Ukraine on the initiative of the NGO Techiia Foundation at WePlay Esports Arena L.A. Video were recorded by the film director Roland Emmerich, IT entrepreneur Andrei Komarovsky, Belgian Ambassador to the United States Gunther Sleeuwagen, car-sharing business owner Ivan Agapchev, influencer Anna Sherman and other famous entrepreneurs and opinion leaders.
The Techiia Foundation also continues to provide humanitarian aid to defenders of Ukraine and victims of war. Essential items worth over UAH 231 million ($7.9 million) have already been purchased and shipped.