The number of Ukrainians who have fled more than a million • Explosions again in Kyiv

The number of Ukrainians who have fled more than a million • Explosions again in Kyiv

She didn’t bring a bag, just a toiletry bag and her two cats. Olina, 37, decided to leave Kyiv yesterday morning and arrived in Przemysl tonight, as she told NOS Editor-in-Chief Christian Bowie in Poland:

“I’ve been up all night again. My intuition tells me to leave with my cats. Lots of people have stayed, I don’t get it. Some have a son or husbands in the military and want to stay with them, but it’s also dangerous. When I shut my door, I realized I might not I’ll never come back.”

“I paid a huge amount of money for a taxi to get me to the station. I usually walk within a few minutes, but this was difficult with the two cats in their suitcase. At the station it was not clear when the train would come. When one of them arrived on another platform, I ran The couple had to help me get to the cats on time.”

“I was very relieved when it turned out that the train was going to Lviv. The wagons were full of women and children. There was no place to sit. No one could go to the toilet, the children were crying, and it took 12 hours to get to Lviv. I hated cats too Being in the suitcase for a long time. Then we had to take another train to Przemysl. It usually takes a few hours, and now we have been on a full train for twelve hours. It was a hell of a ride, but he saved me. Friends from Krakow come to pick me up now. “

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