A year after Russia invaded Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has attended a service in Kyiv to honour serving troops and those who've died in the war.
In emotional scenes outside St Sophia Cathedral, he's presented medals posthumously to the families of those who've made the ultimate sacrifice.
He's tweeted that on February 24th last year, his country made a choice - to resist and to fight.
Later, he'll attend a virtual meeting of G7 leaders.
China, meanwhile, has unveiled a 12-point plan to bring the war to an end.
It's calling for a ceasefire, saying that "conflict and war benefit no one".
Last night the UN General Assembly backed a resolution calling for Russia withdraw its forces from Ukraine and end the conflict.
Vassily Nebenzya, the Russian Representative, defended his country.
Members of the Ukrainian community in Ireland will stage a rally at the GPO in Dublin at 2pm today to mark the first anniversary of the invasion.
Polina Maliuz-Honnok of Ukaine Action Ireland says her people are hugely grateful for the ongoing support from Irish people.