The team went to Wat Wiksitaram Weapons.

Soi Charansanitwong 72, Bang Phlat, Bangkok on Friday.

It was found that this temple gave mercy to animals in distress, such as dogs, cats, chickens, birds, etc., and paid homage to Phra Theppanamuni (Thongdee Thitayuko), the abbot.

I would like to thank the poor animals.

Teacher Nitipoom Thanat


It was told that this temple is a place that has given mercy to all animals since the time when Ajarn was a child of the temple here 45 years ago. If anyone would like to give 'animal food' to dogs, cats, chickens, birds, etc., please donate. At Phrakru Pian 08-1278-4923 Phrakru Pian has a collection of books "Open the Sky to the World and Open the Sky in the Language of the World" as a souvenir to those who come to donate animal food at the temple as well.

Since Ajarn Nitiphum Thanat first entered Ukraine in 1991 until the present.

The map of Ukraine has been changed 4 times, the first time with the Soviets.

The second time when Ukraine was a new country after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The third time when the people of the Crimea Autonomous Republic voted to leave Ukraine for reunification with Russia (2014), and the fourth time when the people of Donetsk Luhansk Zaporiz. Zia and Kherson vote in a referendum to leave Ukraine and join Russia (2022) if the war is not over.

I would have to wonder how many times the map of Ukraine will change.

There is now an outcry from both the US and Ukraine over Russia's unilateral referendum and approval.

But I'm sorry.

On the 'unilateral' recognition, this was done by Ukraine before the Ukrainian parliament issued the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine on July 16, 1990, even more than a year before the collapse of the Soviet Union. Ukraine says they are staunch


(Principles) on the establishment of Ukraine as a new independent nation separate from the Soviet Union.

On August 24, 1991, the Ukrainian parliament issued another declaration, the Act of Independence, recognizing the 'unilateral' or unilateral status of Ukraine's independence.

Ukraine declared its secession, ignoring or awaiting a decision from the Soviet Union. By December 1, 1991, Ukraine held a referendum to elect a president.

(Even though the Soviet Union had not collapsed

More than 90 percent of Ukrainians voted for Leonid.

Kravchuk is the president.

Among the 15 states that make up the USSR

Ukraine is very important

It is the second most populous after Russia.

Having the second largest army, Ukraine is one of four nuclear states (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan).

As a result, the status of the Soviets faltered and collapsed in late December 1991.

The 'cart-cart-cart', what the Ukrainian government had done in the past, has returned to the present.

Russians in Ukraine separate Crimea from the mainland of Ukraine (2014) and four regions (2022), ignoring the Ukrainian government as well.

It is now predicted that some other territories may seek secession from Poland.

And probably not. In the future, Ukraine may become a small nation.

It's a wee country where everyone wants to escape living in Ukraine.

because in the past

Ukraine borrows large amounts of debt from the US and the West.

especially in the era of Zelensky.

There are many things that outsiders think of as help.

but actually

as a loan

Now the people of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhia and Kherson breathe a sigh of relief that they have returned to the bosom of the former Motherland.

with abundant natural resources

There are many that are number 1 in the world.

Nitikarun Mingruchiralai