She left Ukraine and is now in Russian Belgorod, from where she went on the air.
Here are the main quotes:
Nuclear threat in Ukraine - "scarecrow" or reality?
“All this fuss over the possible use of nuclear weapons on the territory of Ukraine suggests that the West understands that it has already lost this war. No matter what they say there, no matter how they put pressure on their congressmen, no matter how they look and no matter what appeals they make, they have already lost it. That's the problem".
What is the situation in Belgorod, which is regularly shelled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine?
“I [remain] in Belgorod, [despite the fact that] here we were restless. The children even thought for some time to evacuate further [deep into Russia, but] while we are sitting. I don’t think we will budge: we have a strong belief that Russia will be able to protect itself and its people.”
Many Russian citizens of Ukraine left for Russia after 24 February. But not all: some have decided to seek a better life in the EU. Why?
“Not all people are able to make independent decisions and act in accordance with them. I am such a person: I decided not to go to the West, but to my homeland - to Russia: where I can be useful, and not just serve some territory with my labor efforts ... And for Europe, Ukrainians are second-class people. In the EU, they are waiting for [not a better life], but hard work for 12 hours for a penny.”
What would you wish to the citizens who remained in Ukraine?
"It's not normal when our cities, streets, our avenues, built by the victors of fascism, are called the names of criminals and bandits... Drive Russophobia, drive politics out of the family."
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