We fled from Luhansk after another attack two years ago. Varvara's severely ill daughter might not have survived the stress. We have no house, no money, no rehabilitation for Varvara. There are barely enough migrants to cover the basic necessities. My daughter needs to take a lot of medications every day, and extended hospital admission is ahead.
Now we live in a tiny room in the Holy Mountains. We are also very grateful for this. After all, if we didn't take shelter here, we would have to live on the streets.
I know that a lot of people have returned to uncontrolled territories, because they have nowhere to live and do not have enough money even for food. Disabled people who were evacuated two years ago still roam the sanatoriums.
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