Polish President Andrzej Duda chose to pay a surprise visit to his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday, May 22nd. Duda met personally with Zelensky and then gave a speech to the Ukrainian Parliament. It was the first time since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24th that a foreign leader had personally […]
As I am writing these words, I can hear a battle raging on the other side of the Kyiv Sea. The worst thing about living close to the front line is not knowing where the next missile will land, but we are determined to carry on with our lives for as long as possible.
Kyiv has been hardly affected by major destruction yet, but there are checkpoints on every corner, and air raid sirens vail every thirty minutes, reminding everyone that a war is going on, right here, right now. A report from the war zone.
The sound of explosions initially sent shock waves through the capital. As the orange glow on the horizon from the first bombardment faded away, Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenski put the country under martial law and told citizens to stay home, but also encouraged them to remain calm and have confidence in a Ukrainian victory.