It has been the 348th day of the Ukrainian resistance to the russian military aggression.
What happened in Ukraine today:
Here is operational information of the General Staff as of 6 pm:
Today, the enemy launched 5 missiles,12 air strikes and 36 MLRS attacks, including at civilian targets in Hola Prystan and Kherson. Enemy shells damaged residential buildings, causing civilian casualties.
Ukraine is constantly under the threat of further russian air and missile strikes across.
Towards Volyn, Polissia, Siversk, and Sloboda, there were no changes, no offensive groups of the adversary were detected.
The vicinity of settlements of Popivka, Oleksandrivka, Sumy oblast, Strilecha, Hlyboke, Krasne, Hatyshche, Vovchansk, and Dvorichn, Kharkiv oblast, were shelled.
Towards Kupiansk, the enemy shelled the vicinities of settlements of Ivanivka, Kucherivka, Kyslivka, Kotliarivka, Kharkiv oblast, Novoselivske, and Stelmakhivka, Luhansk oblast.
Towards Lyman, the enemy fired at the vicinities of Terny, Donetsk oblast, Ploschanka, Chervonopopivka, Kreminna, and Dibrova, Luhansk oblast.
Towards Bakhmut, Spirne, Berestove, Bilohorivka, Krasna Hora, Bakhmut, Klischiivka, Kurdiumivka, and Ozarianivka were shelled with tanks, mortars, and artillery.
Towards Avdiivka, Avdiivka, Pervomaiske, Nevelske, Krasnohorivka, Heorhiivka, Marinka, Pobieda, and Novomykhailivka came under fire.
Towards Novopavlivka, Vuhledar, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka, Zolota Nyva, and Neskuchne, Donetsk oblast, were shelled.
Towards Zaporizhzhia, over 15 settlements were shelled with mortars, artillery and missile systems. Among them are Novopil, Olhivske, Huliaipole, Charivne, Mala Tokmachka, Stepove, Zaporizhzhia oblast, and Velykomykhailivka, Dnipropetrovsk oblast.
Towards Kherson, the vicinities of 12 settlements came under mortar and artillery fire. The affected settlements included Hola Prystan, Zolota Balka, Kachkarivka, Mylove, Antonivka, Kherson oblast, and the city of Kherson.
The enemy continues to impose its passports on the residents of the temporarily occupied territories. For example, in the city of Kreminna, Luhansk oblast, employees of the so-called “LPR state-owned enterprises” not registered to receive a russian passport are being paid 30% lower wages.
In the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson oblast, the occupiers are intensifying filtration measures. Russian FSB officers arrived in Novotroitske to identify local residents having a pro-Ukrainian stance.
To replenish their manpower losses, the occupiers are also conducting propaganda and agitation work among young people on top of mobilization. For example, cadet classes with enhanced military training are being created in schools of Skadovsk district, Kherson oblast. The russian invaders promise that the alleged benefit for graduates of these classes will be entering contract military service at sergeant positions.
The Ukrainian Air Force launched 9 air strikes on buildups of occupiers and 2 air strikes on the positions of anti-aircraft missile systems. Ukrainian missile and artillery troops hit 2 concentrations of enemy manpower.
The document on the Parliament website states that Vasyl Maliuk was appointed the head of the Security Service of Ukraine. Starting from April 2022, he has been acting on behalf of the head of the Security Service of Ukraine.
According to Enerhodar mayor Dmytro Orlov, the situation in the temporarily occupied Enerhodar is critical. The city virtually has no heating supply since the occupiers do not allow starting up the energy block of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. There is also no hot water supply. The room temperature in city dwellings is about 10-15 C.
Recent war events in the east of Ukraine
Yesterday at 8:20 am the enemy launched two S-300 missile attacks on downtown Kharkiv. One of the universities and residential buildings were damaged. Five civilians were injured. A 54-year-old woman is hospitalized in moderate condition.
Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, reported that yesterday, the enemy also shelled the settlements of Chuhuiv, Kharkiv and Kupiansk regions with artillery and mortars near the front line.
In many cities and villages that were hit with artillery fire, buildings and the surrounding area were damaged, roofs and fences destroyed, windows and doors broken.
Deputy Mayor of Izium, Volodymyr Matsokin, informed that reburial of exhumed bodies of the victims of russian aggression has begun. They are buried in city cemeteries where the mining situation allows. In one day, the authorities bury 10-12 bodies of the deceased. The burial costs are covered by the city authorities.
Towards Donetsk, there were no casualties, but there was destruction. Kurakhove community was hit with rockets: 7 buildings were damaged in Hirnyk, a building and a shop in Kurakhivka. Kurakhove was shelled, a building was damaged. A building was also damaged in Krasnohorivka of Marinka community and in the morning Avdiivka was under massive shelling.
Towards Horlivka, 1 person was killed and 1 injured in Bakhmut. A residential building was damaged in Druzhba of Toretsk community.
Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, said that towards Lysychansk, it was loud in Serebrianka and Siversk of Siversk community and in Torske and Zarichne of Lyman community. There were no casualties.
In Druzhkivka, the aftermath of russian shelling is being dealt with for the second day. The night missile attack on February 5 damaged 15 apartment buildings, one of which was destroyed by 90%. Volunteers are preparing and giving hot meals to residents and utility workers at the site of the attack.
According to the State Border Guard Service, russian invaders attacked the positions of border guards on the outskirts of Bakhmut. During the battle, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated 9 russian soldiers, 15 were injured and two captured.
Mariupol Mayor’s Councillor, Petro Andriuschenko, reported that Russian troops used Mariupol port to gather military forces. At least 8 MRLs, 6 buses with personnel, 6 trucks with ammunition, and two S-300 air defence systems were brought to the port at night.
Based on the information provided by the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, russians are expected to attack from three directions Bilohorivka, Kreminna and Svatove, Kreminna. He added that the number of russian attacks near Kreminna has increased, although he cannot call it a full-scale offensive. The invaders are trying to identify weaknesses in the defence of the Ukrainian military, where they will then send one of the combat groups. The russian federation has deployed a large number of equipment and personnel in this area.
Referring to the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Novoselivske settlement was completely destroyed as a result of the hostilities. There are no people or buildings left there.
What is happening now in the north of Ukraine
The residents of Bucha community handed over vital items, including a Starlink terminal, for the military stationed at the frontline. These items were delivered to the soldiers of the 93rd separate mechanized brigade “Kholodny Yar” serving in the Donetsk sector. Defenders stationed at the Zaporizhzhia sector also received aid from Bucha. The Bucha City Council reported that a generator and mud tires for an off-road vehicle were purchased for them.
According to the Bucha Mayor Anatoly Fedoruk, Albany City, the capital of New York State, has initiated a partnership and assistance to rebuild Bucha so that the Ukrainian city will not only rise from the ruins but become even more modern than it was before the barbaric russian invasion.
The capital received another aid from the International Association for the Support of Ukraine charitable foundation, which donated 4 diesel generators with a capacity of 400 kW to the city to ensure the operation of boiler houses and the needs of the military. Three of these generators received from the Foundation have already been handed over to Kyivteploenergo. They were installed in Holosiivskyi district. And today one generator is being delivered to a military unit. According to the Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klychko, the total cost of these generators is about 400K euros.
Outpatient clinic of Dmytriv village council of Bucha district has been rebuilt in Kyiv oblast. In March 2022, the outpatient clinic was completely destroyed by enemy shelling. The medical facility renders medical aid to over 6K local patients. The Ministry of Health of Ukraine reported that with the help of philanthropists, the outpatient clinic has now been fully restored, provided with the necessary modern equipment and reopened its doors to patients.
A solar power plant and a ground-to-water heating pump have been installed on the roof of an outpatient clinic damaged by russian troops in Horenka village, Bucha region, Kyiv oblast. According to the Committee on National Health, Medical Assistance and Health Insurance, this independent power supply will allow the medical facility cover up to 60% of its needs.
The Red Cross donated a new truck equipped with a modern crane to Makariv. The aid was transferred under the previously signed Memorandum of Understanding. The vehicle was handed over to local utilities.
In Zhytomyr oblast, first aid training classes were conducted with lyceum students at the Zvyagel Lyceum. The students learned how to improve the condition in case of injury, damage or illness until professional medical care is provided, how to transfer a casualty into the recovery position, CPR techniques, and emergency bleeding control methods. Representatives of the Zvyagel City and District Organization of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society conducted several sessions, while the rest were conducted by the staff of the educational institution.
The Oberig-26 Charitable Foundation from Berdychiv will receive 10,000 generators from an American benefactor who preferred to remain anonymous. By the end of March, Ukraine will receive more than ten thousand generators with a capacity of two to nine kW. As of now, the first batch consisting of 500 units has arrived. Half of them will be sent to the front line for our military. In two weeks, 40 trucks with generators will arrive. Ukraine will receive the entire batch by the end of March. More than five thousand of this batch are to be transferred to the military. Iryna Piskun, the head of the Oberig-26 charity foundation, reported that all other generators will be deployed to areas where they are most needed.
According to the Sumy Regional Military Administration, yesterday, the russians shelled three communities in Sumy oblast, resulting in 17 incoming shells.
In the morning, a mine that the enemy probably dropped from a drone exploded on the territory of Esman community. Around noon, the russian military opened mortar fire on Seredyna-Buda region, resulting in 4 incoming shells. Shortly after, 12 rounds fired from automatic weapons were heard in the direction of one of the villages of Druzhkivka community.
According to the “North” operational command, the next day, the enemy opened fire on the border areas of Sumy oblast. This time, shots were fired at the village of Zarutske, Shostka district. There were 6 incoming shells most likely fired from barrel artillery.
Major General of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Oleksandr Nesterenko reported that four volunteer territorial defense units will operate in Sumy oblast. As noted in the report, the reform of the DFTG is aimed at effective management of the Defense Forces in the oblast.
The Sumy City Council reported that students and teachers of a school made 1000 trench candles for Ukrainian soldiers in Sumy. 700 light and heating devices were sent to the 144th Brigade in Soledar, the rest will be used by other defenders.
A large humanitarian cargo from the small Polish town of Rejovec Fabrychnyi arrived in Trostianets community. This humanitarian aid was provided by various charitable foundations and partners of Trostianets community. A philanthropist from the German city of Oldenburg, Nils-Christian Heins, donated bedding, blankets, children and adult clothes to the community at the initiative of Blockhaus Ahlhorn gGmbH. Marek Świderczyk, President of the REYBUDHELP Charitable Foundation, and Vice Presidents Marek Krupinski and Oleh Hodyniuk, having heard about the difficult situation faced by the community after liberation, handed over medical supplies, hygiene products and other useful items. 3 generators from the Polish city of Kozhukhiv from Pavlo Jagasek were added to the cargo.
According to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, yesterday, Novhorod-Siversk community came under fire from russian occupiers. There were 25 rounds fired from an automatic grenade launcher. The enemy also opened fire from small arms and a machine gun. The shelling took place around 7 p.m. from the territory of the russian village of Sluchovsk.
Some unemployed Chernihiv residents will be able to earn money by performing socially useful work. This decision was made by the Chernihiv City Council. The list includes such activities as rubble removal, unloading humanitarian aid, and arranging shelters. It will be possible to work in the Invincibility Centers and help people with disabilities.
Owners of damaged or destroyed private houses in Chernihiv will receive financial assistance. The city budget allocated more than UAH 956 thousand to this end. In 2022, 1,596 owners of private residential buildings received such assistance with a total amount of over UAH 26.5 million. According to Iryna Marchuk, director of the Social Policy Department of Chernihiv City Council, almost 3,000 private houses and apartments in one-story residential buildings were destroyed and damaged as a result of hostilities in Chernihiv.
Students of a Chernihiv school sent warm clothes, medicines, hygiene products, treats, drawings, and amulets to the military. Maria came up with the idea to collect necessary stuff for the front. Eventually the whole school supported the initiative. The aid was handed over to volunteers who will deliver it to units fighting in Bakhmut.
Recent events in the central regions of Ukraine
According to head of the regional council Mykola Lukashuk, the enemy shelled the Marhanets community in Nikopol region. The russian occupiers fired about two dozen shells from heavy artillery.
Roman Makhovskyi, a representative of the “Mriia” fund, reported that UAH 10 000 were collected in Vinnytsia during the charity performance-musical “Christmas Miracle” initiated by the “Dream” foundation. Money is being collected for the construction of a youth center in Bucha.
According to Head of the Kirovohrad Regional State Administration Andrii Raikovych, the RMA volunteer team, together with the BF “Save Ukrainians” delivered another humanitarian cargo to the residents of reclaimed territories of Kharkiv oblast. Generators, heaters, boilers, power banks, food, water. They also sent dry heaters and sleeping bags to the defenders.
The students of student foresters of Poltava oblast help make trench candles for soldiers on the front lines. Together with their mentors, children have made more than a hundred trench candles.
The Uman press service of the city council reported that evacuation vehicles of the “Vostok SOS” charity fund have arrived in Uman. Among the internally displaced persons who came to Cherkasy from the war zone and temporarily occupied territories are elderly people, people with disabilities and bedridden patients.
The memorandum on cooperation with the French association, which helps Ukrainians affected by the war, was signed by Cherkasy City Mayor Anatolii Bondarenko. Thanks to this document, the association and the city join forces to continue to support IDPs.
Latest news from the front of the southern regions of Ukraine
Over the past two days, the russians launched 188 strikes on the territory of Zaporizhzhia oblast. The occupiers attacked the region using drones, artillery and MLRS. Attacks were carried out on Huliaipole, Orkhiv, Zaliznychne, Chervone, Charivne, Olhivske, Poltavka, Novodanylivka, Olhivske, Mala Tokmachka, Shcherbaky, Malynivka, Zatyshshsia, Temyrivka, Preobrazhenka, Zeleny Hai, Novoselivka, Novoandriivka, Bilohiria, Prymorske, Kamianske, Mali Scherbaky, Stepove, Pavlivka.
Three private houses were damaged in the village of Prymorske, Vasylivka region as a result of shelling. Roofs were destroyed in the homes of local residents of Polohy region, and windows were broken in all homes. Outbuildings were damaged, property in the buildings and agricultural machinery were damaged.
Yesterday night, the russians shelled the residential quarters of the temporarily occupied Polohy. One person was killed as a result of shelling. The power line was damaged, leaving a part of the city without electricity.
Loud explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Berdiansk around 1:00 p.m. today. According to the head of the Berdiansk military administration, Victoria Halitsyna, it is known about three explosions. According to preliminary information, one has achieved its target. Currently, the information is being clarified.
The russian occupation forces forcefully evict civilians from their homes in Tokmak in order to settle local collaborators who support the russian occupation authorities and work as part of the enemy’s so-called “law enforcement agencies”. The owners are ordered to leave their homes and move out into the street.
The occupiers converted a local children’s hospital in Vasylivka into a military hospital for wounded russian servicemen. Admission of children to the hospital has been stopped.
People continue to disappear in the city of Polohy. Their whereabouts is unknown. This was announced by the mayor of Polohy, Iurii Konovalenko. According to him, they can be taken to basements or other premises for refusing to cooperate.
The russian occupiers brought personnel from the Kalinin NPP to the territory of the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia NPP. Among the specialists are reactor control engineers, shift supervisors, electrical fitters and other representatives of “nuclear specialties”. Ukrainian instructors, who are supposed to train personnel, refused to work for the enemy. Because of this, the occupiers blocked their access to workplaces.
Regional elections conducted by russian occupiers are planned for September 10, 2023, in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, which have undergone annexation attempts by the russian federation. This is reported by the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain.
Zaporizhzhia RMA handed over gabions to the military to strengthen defense structures. The protective structures were purchased using the funds from the regional budget. The main advantage of barrier structures is the ability to protect personnel. Gabions can withstand not only automatic and machine-gun fire, but even shots from grenade launchers.
On the night of February 6, the Defense Forces of Ukraine destroyed two strongholds on the Kinburn Spit. The russians tried to shell the Ochakiv direction from these points. This was reported by the head of the joint press center of the Defense Forces of Southern Ukraine, Nataliia Humeniuk.
Yesterday at 12:01 and 16:04 and tonight at 04:12, the enemy fired artillery at the settlement and the water area of Ochakiv community. There are no casualties.
Mykolaiv preschools received 10 generators from the Lions of the Netherlands charitable organization. Volunteers handed over 10 generators for institutions, affected by the russian invasion, currently trying to resume their work.
The court seized a wholesale batch of mineral fertilizers of russian and belarusian production. The goods were found in 170 wagons in Mykolaiv on the territory of the Specialized Sea Port. The total volume of confiscated property is 11.8 thousand tons worth almost UAH 100 million. Railway containers with fertilizers arrived in Ukraine before the full-scale invasion and were in the “transit” mode. According to operational data of the Security Service of Ukraine, the cargo belonged to two foreign companies “Uralkaliy” and “Belaruskaliy”.
As of February 6, there is 1 enemy ship on combat duty in the Black Sea. The enemy continues to control sea communications in the Sea of Azov, keeping also 1 ship on combat duty. There are 10 enemy ships in the Mediterranean sea. 5 Kalibr cruise missile carriers with 72 missiles on board are among them.
On the night of February 5-6, the Defense Forces of Ukraine destroyed two boats with two russian sabotage and reconnaissance groups on the islands near Kherson. This was reported by the head of the joint press center of the Defense Forces of Southern Ukraine, Nataliia Humeniuk. According to her, the russian troops are trying to set up observation posts on the Dnipro. They also conduct aerial reconnaissance.
Yesterday, the russian occupiers opened fire 37 times on peaceful settlements in Kherson oblast. The russian army attacked Kherson 7 times. Enemy shells damaged the educational institution and residential buildings. As a result of the russian shelling, 4 people received injuries of varying degrees of severity.
Russian occupiers fired at a civilian car in the temporarily occupied Hola Prystan on February 2. There were three people in the cabin, including an 8-year-old boy. The child died on the spot.
The police opened 16 criminal proceedings on war crimes committed by the russian military in Kherson oblast. Russian soldiers damaged flags and monuments at the burial sites of Ukrainian soldiers near the church in the temporarily occupied town of Nyzhni Sirohozy.
On January 18, russian occupiers kidnapped two men from the temporarily occupied village of Zelenyi Pid, Kakhovka region. Currently, the whereabouts and condition of the men are unknown.
Kherson RMA informed about the humanitarian aid that arrived in the region. Thus, the Kherson Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital received an ambulance from philanthropists from Ukraine and the Czech Republic. Volunteers delivered a well pump and repair materials for the water network restoration to the village of Shyroka Balka. UNICEF handed over 30 generators of 20 and 42 kW for Kherson oblast. The generators were transferred to hospitals and critical infrastructure facilities.
Latest news for today in the western regions of Ukraine
A humanitarian cargo, which includes food (canned meat and vegetables, quick-cooking kits, drinking water, etc.), personal hygiene products for adults and children, and an oven, was sent from Volyn to Kharkiv oblast. The aid was provided by the non-governmental Movement of Changes and the Swedish Assistance Center CF organization.
During a working trip to the front, RMA representatives met with fighters of the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade of Zakarpattia. Special personal night vision devices were brought to the military required to perform combat missions.
During a working trip to the front, RMA representatives met with fighters of the legendary aerial reconnaissance unit Birds of Magyar, headed by the Zakarpattia Robert Brovdy with the call sign Magyar. A reconnaissance drone for aerial reconnaissance was brought to the military.
In Ivano-Frankivsk, a thematic meeting of the round table called “Implementation of the rights of people with disabilities to comprehensive rehabilitation in conditions of war” was held. Cooperation between medical and social institutions, provision of rehabilitation services for persons with disabilities, acceleration of referrals for rehabilitation services, etc. was discussed.
Mayor of Ivano-Frankivsk, Ruslan Martsinkiv, announced that two commemorative plaques to the fallen Heroes were opened in the village of Radcha: Yaroslav Vatseb and Ivan Sheptor.
The Novorozdil community of Stryi region received a generator and warm blankets for Invincibility Centers. The aid was sent within the framework of the Measures for Economic Growth project, implemented by UNDP in partnership with the EU.
Free training courses are held for Ukrainians injured as a result of military operations. Vocational and technical education institutions of the city of Lviv conduct the training.
The RMA reported that in Rivne oblast, entrepreneurs began to manufacture semi-trailers for the needs of the Armed Forces. The first two copies, intended for evacuation of malfunctioning equipment in the areas of hostilities, have been sent to the front line.
On February 15, the IDP Forum will take place to gather active IDPs, representatives of civil society, business and government on one platform. They will jointly discuss challenges faced by IDPs of Rivne oblast and ways to overcome them.
Head of the Department of Education and Science of the Ternopil RMA, Olga Khoma, reported that the police of Ternopil received a report about the mining of all schools and kindergartens in the city. Special services conducted an inspection. No dangerous items were found. At 9:00 a.m., classes in educational institutions resumed.
An evacuation medical train with sick people from Sloviansk and Kramatorsk arrived in Ternopil. They were brought by Medics without Borders from hot spots. The people were met by representatives of the health care department of Ternopil oblast, emergency medical doctors, the Red Cross rapid response unit, rescuers and social workers. Evacuated people will be taken to hospitals of Ternopil oblast according to their illnesses.
Volunteers of Army Aid from Ternopil delivered parcels to the soldiers from their relatives and Ternopil residents in the direction of Sumy, Kharkiv and Donetsk oblasts.
The RMA reported that volunteers of the Help Foresters CF handed over an anti-drone complex that will serve the fighters in Bakhmut direction. The cost of one KVS ANTIDRON-G6 control channel suppression hardware complex is UAH 485K.
A humanitarian cargo, which includes two generators, an electric charging station and solar panels for it, was sent to the Territorial Defense Brigades. The aid was provided by representatives of the German non-governmental Lebensfahrten e. V. organization from the city of Meissen.
Ten regional hospitals received humanitarian aid, namely over 2K sets of bed linen, 600 blankets, 1K sheets and 400 envelopes for newborns. The cargo was sent by the organization Blau-Gelbes-Kreuz e.V. with the assistance of CBG, the chain of supermarkets ALDI and the Chernivtsi RMA. German partners provided aid, notably children’s jackets, envelopes for newborns, etc., to the Chernivtsi regional specialized children’s home. 1.2K sets of bed linen from Save the Children were handed over to social welfare institutions.
The Sokyrian hospital received humanitarian aid, notably three oxygen generators and medical masks, from the Red Cross Society of Ukraine.
A psychosocial support room was opened in Novodnistrovsk. Creative classes, educational trainings, children’s games, etc. will be held here. It was arranged with the support of volunteers of the Chernivtsi regional organization of the Red Cross Society of Ukraine within the framework of the BraVo program.
International support of Ukraine in the russian-Ukrainian war (russia’s invasion of Ukraine)
The Ministry of Defense of Canada reported that the first Canadian Leopard 2 tank for Ukraine has arrived in Poland. Soon the servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine will begin to learn how to use this equipment.
Czechs published video footage of the work of employees of the Excalibur Army company, whose facilities are modernizing 120 T-72 tanks for the Ukrainian army. Modernized armored vehicles differ from the soviet ones. They have a more powerful engine, updated communication systems, a thermal imager and dynamic protection.
Minister of Defense of Ukraine, Oleksii Reznikov, met in Kyiv with President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Joel Harriot-Mill. They discussed the Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine and introduction of NATO standards in the sector of the Security and Defense Forces of Ukraine.
Prime Minister of Norway, Jonas Haar Store, proposed to allocate 75 billion Norwegian kroner to Ukraine as part of aid for five years. According to him, the aid will be allocated to military and humanitarian needs.
The First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, presented Ukrainian audio guides, used in two museum institutions in the Netherlands. An audio tour in Ukrainian is available at the Escher Museum (Escher in Het Paleis) and the Abraham Bredius Museum. The project to introduce Ukrainian audio guides in the world’s leading sights has been implemented under the patronage of the First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska since 2020 and already has 56 audio tours in Ukrainian in 36 countries.
Materials compiled by Tetiana Kliuchnyk-Horobets, Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Tamara Moshkovska, Sofia Ratynska, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Vita Petrenko, Аnna Efremova
Translated by Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Ioanna Kryvenko, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Yevheniia Sukhonos, Marharyta Koval, Tetiana Kurbatova, Olga Shalya
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