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War in Ukraine from a Russian Perspective: How It Affected My Life

Civil citizens are paying the price.

Photo by Ivan Bandura from Pexels

It’s been over a month since Russia invaded Ukraine. There is probably no one left who isn’t aware of it yet.

Thousands of people died, cities have been destroyed, and millions of civilians have left their homes and fled Ukraine.




Stories from and about life in the eyes of an expat.

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