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Points of Clarity | What Is Life Like on Ukraine's Front Lines?

February 16, 202400:38

The front line of Ukraine’s fight for freedom stretches over 600 miles. In the midst of ongoing Russian brutality, how do Ukrainians remain resilient in cities like Kherson?

Video Transcript

  • This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity.

    I'm Mark Green here in Kherson. So Kherson is a place of both inhumanity and humanity. Inhumanity. You see what the Russians have done here with the shelling. Over and over again, the lives lost all the buildings destroyed. The humanity is that people are rebuilding and neighbors are helping neighbors, and they're finding ways to gather their own humanity and build that brighter future.

    So it's a tough place to see, but it's also a hopeful place.


Ambassador Mark Green

Ambassador Mark A. Green

President & CEO, Wilson Center
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