Ukrainian resilience proved russia couldn’t win the war
russia's recent brutal attacks only strengthened Ukraine's resolve and self-organization. On January 18, a helicopter crashed into a kindergarten in Kyiv. Why should russia be blamed for it regardless of what the investigation will show? It is already known that the helicopter was flying to one of the hot spots in the Kharkiv region, where Ukraine's armed forces conducted an enormous counteroffensive in the east. The helicopter wouldn't be flying so low if russia didn't launch a full-scale war. Learn more about how Ukrainian volunteers helped those affected by the tragedies of war.
Listen to our new episode of "Solutions from Ukraine" podcast:
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- "We don't leave even for a minute": how the volunteers in Dnipro help the rescuers
- In Dnipro unindifferent people have set up a volunteer heating and recharging point: photo
- "Now it's the most important thing": where and how in Dnipro help the victims of the January 14 attack
Hosts: editor-in-chief of "Rubryka" Anastasia Rudenko and analyst of the "Internews-Ukraine" NGO Vladyslav Faraponov.
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