Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine started on February 24, greater than 3 million individuals have been pressured to flee the nation. The overwhelming majority are migrating west, towards the EU, and most are ending up in neighboring Poland. To flee the violence of the bottom, greater than 2 million refugees have escaped by practice, turning Ukraine’s railroad community into an important lifeline.
We despatched a crew out to Przemyśl, a small Polish city on the border with Ukraine, to talk with the individuals who have fled Ukraine and left every part behind. On this video, we share their tales and try how the railroad is working in a war-torn nation. To assist us perceive what a tough operation that is, we spoke to the CEO of Ukrainian Railways, Oleksandr Kamyshin, who’s operating a cellular command unit to make sure Ukrainians can board trains and get to security.
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