HARTFORD — A newlywed couple sitting on the balcony of Infinity Music Hall gave special meaning to the talk they came to hear on Tuesday evening, by Lech Walesa, the union electrician who formed the Solidarity movement in Poland and won the Nobel Peace Prize for his human rights work against the Soviet Union.
Today, a generation after Walesa’s name became synonymous with freedom, the young couple – war refugees from Ukraine who arrived in Connecticut last month – heard the 78-year-old statesman call more help from the United States to defeat the Russian invasion. .
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