Kevin McCarthy aside, the Ukrainian ambassador to the U.S. feels the support from both the American people and their government.
Ukrainian Ambassador to the U.S. Oksana Markarova sits down for an in-depth interview with Moment Special Literary Contributor Robert Siegel, former host of NPR’s All Things Considered. Ambassador Markarova is the 2022 recipient of the “Moment Women and Power Award.”
Marking Ukraine’s 31 years of independence and six months of war waged by Russia, we look back on our coverage.
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.
The Germans killed 23,600 Jews at Kamianets-Podilskyi. Photos secretly taken by Gyula Spitz documented their final march.
I think that people are programmed to want more, more joy. But people are thankful that they are alive, that bombs are not falling from the sky.
The synagogue provides both Jews and non-Jews in need with clothes, food, medications and even pet supplies. Rachel is in charge of the humanitarian help that the synagogue organizes.
Leaders like Kate Zubarieva, who is a co-owner of Sleeper, inspire Ukrainians and reinforce their belief in an independent and free Ukraine.