“ I want to believe that Ukraine will win and recover. But it does not bring back thousands of lost lives. We must never forget them. ”
In December, I was in Kharkiv. I'm afraid to imagine how he now looks. You can go crazy thinking about how many people died and how many are homeless.
My name is Christina. I am 26 years old. I am from Kropyvnytskyi. This is the regional center in the heart of Ukraine. My region was not as affected by the war as Kyiv or Kharkiv. To us even bring in refugees from other areas. About a week ago, they were more than 40 thousand, now probably even more. A few days ago, the Mykolaiv region shot down a rocket that flew in our direction. Despite this, we have a relatively quiet life. I live with my parents, grandmother, younger sister, and animals. We are the first jumping up at every siren, rushed to the basement, and sat until lights out. One day we had six alarms, starting at 3:30 in the morning.Read story