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Diana Yankovenko

"My mother was almost killed by shrapnel”

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What is peace? All people understand this word differently. That's how it is with me. For me, peace is first and foremost freedom. My family is not controlled by anyone, we can say, do everything, go where we want.

A year ago, my mother was nearly killed by shrapnel and had her head was almost blown off by an iron plate. We were terrified and went to live with our grandmother in the Kalininskyi district. We stayed there for two weeks, and before that we lived for four months in the Crimea. For the past two months, I have felt bad without my home, family, and friends.

I can talk about this for a very long time. I want to say only one thing: if there was no war, people would not have died, and Donetsk would have become one of the best cities in Ukraine.

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