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Travel with humanitarian missions to dangerous regions

In parallel with the operation of the refugee center, I traveled to different regions of Ukraine and delivered humanitarian aid. We came to Kharkiv, Donetsk, Luhansk regions. For example, in the city of Sloviansk in the Donetsk region and the villages that are nearby – we went and distributed food, things, and household chemicals.

Or now I think of Chervonogrigorivka, an urban-type settlement in the Dnipropetrovsk region, where the shelling was so strong that it was necessary to move from tree to tree. People in this village asked to deliver gas cylinders, wood-burning stoves, food, and animal feed for them. I provided them with these things. In Sloviansk, Chasov Yar, and Bakhmut I brought food, and gas cylinders, although I had to go under fire for this. I just felt I had to do what I could.

We also visited the urban-type settlement Yampol in the Donetsk region. People there needed food and basic necessities, stoves for cooking, and animal feed, but the whole village was mined, and it was extremely difficult to work there. But we still managed to deliver everything 

Another example: the village of Krasny Liman in the Luhansk region. There I and other volunteers sailed on boats with half a ton of food. There was horror – literally everywhere you could see corpses that no one even buried because it is too dangerous.

Those who survived needed food and water. My task was to deliver everything they needed. I especially remembered the moment when people asked to bring not only food but also pans so that they could cook on fire. It is difficult for Ukrainian people to ask for something, until the last moment they are trying to organize their own lives, to be self-sufficient and proud – even in such difficult circumstances.

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