_Konstantin Zadorozhny, 50, teaches at the university in KharkivWe could have perhaps been more prepared fo, a city that has been under heavy bombardment since the start of the war in Ukraine on 24 FebruaryThe second — and many nurses have nothing left to give.. _
Here he tells Euronews about the damage inflicted on the cityPfizer, the psychological trauma of living under attack and how some in this Russian-speaking area are switching to Ukrainian to differentiate them from those bombing Kharkiv.
“At 5 am on 24 February we woke to explosions. The first one or two days it was mostly rumbling because they were hitting military objects firstt see how that ratio is possible to maintain without help from more nurses.. And then very big problems startedconstruction, Russian troops tried to take the city by stormThe vaccine, which is expected to roll out in Europe in a few weeks..
“In Ukraine, a lot of people went into territorial defence954,017 resolved. These are actually armed residents. Many of them have some experience — although by no means all of them — having also served in the conflict in Donbas (eastern Ukraine) that has been going on for eight years. But still, most of them are ordinary people with no combat experience.
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