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Veronika Kostiuk

"The worst thing is when the apartment was bombed"

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Four years ago, I had to leave my home city of Luhansk. I didn't have time to say goodbye to my friends and family. I didn't know what to do next.

Everything has changed in my life. I moved to Kyiv and met e few people who also moved there recently.

No matter how hard I tried to forget everything and start a new life, I could still remember everything. There are people who brought my life to normal, that is, changed it drastically. I am so grateful to these people.

For me, peace is when a person lives through a run of good luck.

I was quite lucky four years ago. Then things changed. I had to meet new people and learn a new language. Of course, there were moments of joy. However, there was also sorrow.

The worst moment for me was when my apartment was bombed. Everything I valued just disappeared in the blink of an eye. I felt so scared. 

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