The world and Ukrainians have shown incredible unity before Putin's encroachment on freedom and democracy. The strength of the Ukrainian army grows with each donated dollar and written word of support. This is already evident from the recent victories of...
The world and Ukrainians have shown incredible unity before Putin's encroachment on freedom and democracy. The strength of the Ukrainian army grows with each donated dollar and written word of support. This is already evident from the recent victories of Ukrainian soldiers on the battlefield.
We are aiming for 100 million of funds raised to help the Ukrainian army by the end of the week and we believe in the defeat of Russia in the near future
You can donate UAH now! Together to victory
#StopPutin #StopWar #StandWithUkraine
Here’s the thread from the government:
On this episode of the podcast Limarc Ambalina, Richard Kubina and Arthur Tkachenko talk about:
00:08 - What’s the situation in Kharkiv?
01:03 - Confirming that missiles are hitting residential areas homes, apartments
03:58- “Anyone who has the ability to order a cappuccino, just a cappuccino, is a very happy man.”
04:23 - The infrastructure in Kharkiv: electricity, water, internet
04:36 - “When you wake up and you’re not dead, it’s a fine day. When you see that your family is safe, it’s a nice day. If you have electricity, whoa it’s a perfect day. If you have internet, it’s like whoa. I’m a happy man.”
05:36 What is the community doing to get through this together?
07:57 - On propaganda in the war from both sides
09:35 - “Ukraine is defending NATO from Russia”
09:46 - What is the mood and morale like right now?
12:05 - Is it true civilians are all being armed?
13:22 - “It’s not my problem whether or not the Russian soldiers are here voluntarily or if they’re being forced or tricked to be here. It’s not my problem. Our problem is to defend our homeland. IF they don’t want to fight with us, then don’t kill our children. When a small kid dies just because of a stupid airstrike, it’s devastating.”
16:24 - Are Ukrainians streaming still streaming out of the country?
19:54 - How is the Ukrainian government getting information to its citizens?
22:48 - How can regular people help out in the situation? Has cryptocurrency helped keep commerce going?
30:31 - Comparing what the news says in the West vs. What it says in Ukraine
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