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Vadym Marchenko

"You never know what will happen in your life"

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You never know what will happen in your life. In 2014, my city was captured, and I and my parents ran for cover through the entire village. I was very worried about my parents and myself.

In 2016, my brother's house was damaged by shelling and my aunt's house was burned down. But I still live in my city, because my relatives live there and I love my city.

For me, peace means that you can walk without fear, travel between cities without checkpoints and not worry about your relatives because of the attacks.

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Rinat Akhmetov Foundation Civilian Voices Museum
Svyatogorsk 2014 2016 Text Civilian's stories
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