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Refugees from Ukraine in Murmansk: to be there was unbearable


To be in Ukraine was unbearable, said the journalist Eugene Golubyatnikov is a refugee from the Ukraine, who had, together with his wife Laura and children to move to Murmansk.

Refugees told Sky News about the fact that their village was surrounded and they continuously heard artillery volleys. The family had to leave the house very quickly: the Husband and wife took the children, gathered one suitcase and left. Currently they live in a student dormitory in Murmansk, where besides them placed about 70 immigrants.

Larisa is recognized that in a new place, there are many difficulties, however, after " such relocation " they May already have nothing to fear." here is calmed by the fact that the peaceful sky over your head, " says her Husband.

Channel emphasizes that the residents of Murmansk met Golubyatnikov with warmth: volunteers gathered for them, winter clothes, According to the Sky News journalist, has done everything to make Refugees feel comfortable. 3-year-old daughter Larissa Margarita made in kindergarten, and she managed to find work in a local bakery.

According to Eugenia, they decided to move to Murmansk " for the kids ". The husband and wife believe that here they have a better chance for a brighter future, than in Ukraine.




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