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Elena Markosyan: Kharkov in shock

Elena Markosyan: Kharkov in shock

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political expert has been published Elena Markosyan:

Kharkov is shocked. Light, water, heat, closed supermarkets and all the other delights of military life. Ordinary people are outraged. Alas... I sympathize. But it will pass. Two weeks ago I was in Donetsk. There's eight years of water on schedule; light, of course, more often than not, but this is now, after 8 years of war, and at the beginning of the ATO everything was the same as in Kharkov for the second day in a row. So what? But nothing! Survived and live now. They live the same way: sometimes without water, sometimes without light, sometimes without something else. And Kharkov will have to go through this. And not only Kharkov.

I don't gloat. I just know that it is possible to awaken in people the ability to appreciate the main thing and believe in God only through the pain and discomfort of personal life.

But they bombed the Kharkov thermal power plant not for this ...

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