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Yuliia Baieva

"We are trying to build a new happy life in Poltava Oblast"

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 We left Yasynuvata since the armed hostilities began. My three children are adopted, and I gave up everything for them. We found peace and learned to understand each other better in our new place. We chummed up as a family.

 Viktor is 18 years old, he is the owner of the house, my prop and stay of the home. Four years ago, he realised that he was the only man in the family. So he has to support Lera and Anya.

 The war left its mark on the rest of my life. When we arrived at the country house and saw a shoe cleaner in the yard, I immediately figured that it could be used to hang a pot, make a bonfire and cook potatoes, if wouldn't have electricity, gas and water again.

When we left Yasynuvata, we had two travel bags and nothing else. We have no place to go back to. We are trying to build a new happy life in Poltava Oblast.

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