Gov. Larry Hogan used his social media account to draw attention to Maryland’s stance on the war in Ukraine on Sunday. He announced on Twitter that he, as commander in chief of the Maryland National Guard, would continue to stand with America’s allies, which include the citizens of Ukraine, Estonia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Hogan has publicly shown support and empathy for the plight of the Ukrainians since Russia invaded the country and began bombing it on Feb. 24. Since then, he has taken many steps to break ties with Russia.
Hogan Highlights Maryland’s Stance On The War In Ukraine
April 11, 2022