Here is a message from Dima. After finding help from our volunteer network, he chose to join it:
Life goes on in Kyiv.
I really feel some relief.
In Kyiv, it has become calmer in recent days.
Apparently they realized that the capital would not give up just like that, and retreated. Now there are much fewer missile arrivals, air raid sirens are regular, of course, but still there is a feeling that the main wave has subsided.
Or I just want to believe.
We focused on Mariupol, Donetsk, Chernigov, Kharkov.
Kyiv is alive. Now it seems that everyone I know who did not join the army is volunteering. Who cooks food, who delivers it, who sorts humanitarian aid into warehouses, who delivers it according to orders, who feeds the dogs.
A friend of mine recently helped sort four trucks of diapers by age.
It's so nice that our friends don't forget us. When you read where the cargo comes from - Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Hungary, France...
That it is important for people to help us so that we can continue our struggle.
Thanks. Huge Ukrainian Dyakuyu.
Chazak ve Ematz!