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Bono, frontman of the Irish group U2, and his colleague from the band Edge have performed a forty-minute concert at the subway station in Kiev.

In front of about 100 citizens of Kiev gathered at the Khreshchatyk metro station, Bono said that the people of Ukraine are fighting for all those who love freedom.

“Your president Volodymyr Zelensky is currently the leader of the free world. The people of Ukraine are not only fighting for their freedom, you are fighting for all of us who love freedom”, said Bono.

In the breaks between the songs, he gathered the citizens and addressed them.

“They can take your life, but they can never take away your pride”, he told them.

Photo: Sergei Supinsky/AFP via Getty Images

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