Olha Sukhenko, the village head of Motyzhyn, near Kyiv, was tortured and killed by Russian soldiers, together with her husband and her son. We went to Motyzhyn and talked to a local woman who closely knew her. Regardless the exact causes of the murder, it is clear that Olga Sukhenko has always showed a remarkable solidarity with her people. – We also went to Makariv and talked to a woman who left Volnovakha, Eastern Ukraine, now under the Russian occupation. In Makariv she met hospitality and solidarity.
- Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor at UkraineWorld.org
- Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist who is in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre.
We continue our “Explaining Ukraine” podcast by discussing consequences of Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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UCMC’s contribution to episode #129 is supported by the joint Ukraine Crisis Media Center and Estonian Centre for International Development project that is funded by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and American Embassy in Kyiv.