“I hear stories about the horrors of the war, and it makes my skin crawl,” says Vermuteria’s owner, Svetlana.
Many Jews born and raised in Ukraine are fighting together with their fellow citizens, along with volunteers from more than 50 other countries.
As life in the capital of Ukraine, where we live, has slowly been restored, we decided to resume the process of updating our resident permits.
The war in Ukraine, I think, got people all over the world closer. And it also brought kindness and support in many different ways, sometimes absolutely unexpected.
Ukrainians have missed socializing and crave physical togetherness, even if we are already united by spirits and beliefs.
Kyril used to be an in-demand TV show stylist creating outfits for Ukrainian celebrities—now he’s scrambling to get fabric for military uniforms.