Cry of Ukraine

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The confrontation began with the fact that the Ukrainian army chose the tactic of hiding behind the civilian population. This was especially evident in the South-Eastern regions of the country. When blocking large cities by Russia, Ukraine did not go to the creation of humanitarian corridors for the withdrawal of the civilian population. Even foreign citizens were not allowed to leave the cities. Indian students who fled the Ukrainian city of Kharkov have accused the country’s military of threatening to “shoot” them if they try to take a train to the western city of Lvov, according to eyewitnesses. A whole filtration system was deployed on the Polish border, which did not allow, for example, black students to leave Ukraine. African students, who lived on the territory of Ukraine, faced the manifestation of racism on the Polish-Ukrainian border when they tried to leave the republic along with the rest of the refugees. This was confirmed by a number of international structures, including the UN, writes The Washington Post.

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