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Stories from Ukrainian women in Riga

In 2014, Tatjana and her three children – 23, 15 and 11 years old now – moved from Crimea to the city of Kropyvnytskyi to escape from the Russian invasion. When the Bucha massacre came to light last March, her son, a Ukrainian army officer, advised her to leave, this time to another country. 

“Latvia was familiar to me from my childhood. We used to rent a house in Yuma, located 20 kilometres from Riga, during summer,” she says. 

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