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Heartbreak and despair among refugees being scattered across Europe

Katarina made a sign of the cross in front of a bus. Her father and mother were also onboard, just as they were about to leave Warsaw for their home country of Ukraine.

Katarina, through tears, said that “it’s the most terrible thing.” “It could end my last visit to my parents.”

After a bittersweet reunion, the family was now in a new place. Katarina fled Kyiv with her sister Alina a few days back.

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Their parents had just returned from holiday in Cuba to find their children.

They had made arrangements to meet each other briefly at the bus station as Katarina’s parents boarded the coach to return to Ukraine.

It is quite an act to abandon sanctuary and go back to hell.

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Image As they search for a safer place to live, people wait to board buses.

Katarina’s mother, Katarina, cried and said: “I don’t want to remain in the safety of Poland.” I want to return home.”

Although it was a beautiful sight, it was over in less than a minute. It took almost no time to discover the names of Katarina and her parents. They were gone.

Others were directed to transport that would take them to other European cities. People are scattered by the war waged by Vladimir Putin, Russian President.

You could see so many buses advertising countries that were ready to accept people.

A coach arrived from central Ukraine. Its passengers got off and waited for a bus to Spain. None of them seemed to be connected to Spain.

A little boy waited for his mother and they sat cuddling, idling their time.

He will surely remember these things when he gets older.

Marta, 15 years old, was already mad.

“I feel tired. She said that she felt very tired. “I know Spain to be a safe country. But I’m Ukrainian. I would love to be with my cat, my dog, and my family.”

Image Millions fled Ukraine after the conflict broke out two weeks ago

Kira sat with her mother, her toy pig and waited to be called forward for a bus to Estonia. Both looked tired, and her mother seemed broken.

She stated, “I just want to see the war end.”

A bus bearing Bournemouth’s name was visible in front of our eyes. The UK, however, is not like Europe.

Only visa-holders were allowed to board the Bournemouth bus. Only family members of Ukrainian refugees living in the UK were permitted to board the bus.

We met Marta Watzyk, her children Kristina (and Matrij), who were traveling with their friends to France.

Image Russian advance and control as of 12 March

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To escape Irpin, near Kyiv, they had to fight over broken bridges and endure gunfire. She stated that it was difficult to escape Irpin. We ran under the bullets.”

Marta stated that her husband was so scared for his family, he forced them all to leave.

She stated, “He forced us to go. Because we were all in danger. He told us to get the children out. It was no longer a place for them to call home.”

She smiled like people who are resigned to something that they cannot change.

Marta spoke, and music was piped around the coach to accompany her answers.

She stated that she was unsure what the song’s name is. It’s the type of music they use in restaurants and coaches as background music.

Image Marta Watzyk claimed her husband was so afraid for his family that he forced them all to leave

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“It’s cheerful and the type of thing you’d hear in a bus on vacation.”

It is so strangely odd that Marta tells Marta about her run for her life with her kids.

We asked the refugees to get off the buses that were taking them from Ukraine. They each gave us the names of the towns and cities they knew because they had been affected by the Russian bombs.

Natasia fled Sumy, where there was no electricity, food, or water. Friends met her. I asked her about her profession and she said she was a beautician.

It was a lighthearted moment in a conversation that was full of sarcasm, anger and pity towards the architect of all the pain.

She said sarcastically, “Putin is inside his bunker.” He’s fine and smiling. He will be resisted by the entire nation.


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