The front line divided Ukraine into two parts. One is large, free, full of refugees. The other is small, filled with fear and people in enemy uniforms. Ukrainians live both here and there, but they feel differently.
Those who remained under occupation are waiting for the AFU to liberate them, and for the Ukrainian state to continue to take care of them: find an opportunity to pay pensions, send medicine, and hear the voice of the country. This is what citizens like us need today. Together with them, we will rebuild Ukraine, which our children will be proud of, – strong, prosperous, and democratic.
Oksana Shcherbyna, Zaporizhzhia
Video is prepared within the project “Countering Disinformation in Southern and Eastern Ukraine” funded by the European Union