Natalia, Elena and Artem
As it turned out, Pristaniste was a home for all of us, even if it was only for a short time, but where we were greeted with warm smiles: I was greeted by Lena Sokol and Natalia from Russia, who were Ukrainians. Ironically enough, I was on my way from the war started by the Russians.
Here in Prystaniste there are Russians who also fled, not only from the war, but from those Russians who support this war and kill us Ukrainians.
I don't know how many decades it will take for peace to come not only to our land, but to our souls.
But also the people who work here, they so sincerely give their warmth and part of their soul for Ukrainians and Russians alike, honor our common pain, and in particular the pain of my heart for those innocently killed children, mothers, soldiers who have been defending our land from the horde for months and days.
Many thanks to Priestaniste for their kind heart and help: Natalia, Elena and Artem.
Glory to Ukraine!!!