As the Russian army continues to attack Ukraine from the air, volunteer activities are spreading to make camouflage nets to protect military bases and military vehicles from the sky.

Of these, in the public library in the western city of Lviv, reading rooms and other facilities are open, and about 100 resident volunteers are making internet every day.

The volunteers, with a serious look, continued to tie the brown and green cloths provided by the locals to the large nets.

"We are doing what we can to protect our homeland, Ukraine, and everyone wants to do something useful," said Oksana Guniiduk, a volunteer who participates in online building every day. I was there.

"I want the Russian army's attack to end sooner and not only return to the original library, but also to restore people's lives," said library staff Ludmila Pryeva.