Momentary celebrations and “euphoric” feelings fill Ukraine’s port city of Kherson as Ukraine successfully fought to recapture the Southern city. Reports suggest that despite no electricity, water, or internet connection, citizens were overjoyed at their “new” freedom.
On February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine after a rather “fraught” relationship since its independence in 1991. The invasion resulted in several global economies and leaders calling for sanctions against Russia.
Eventually, as the war progressed, four regions of Ukraine were annexed, including Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia. In the months following, the captured cities of Ukraine underwent the hardest trials with no power, water, internet, and the like. Many families were torn apart physically, and emotionally, hundreds killed and tortured, and many foreign residents fled the country. Conditions further deteriorated before some of Ukraine’s “best heroes” fought against the resilient Russian army.
Soon, the army began gaining the West’s support in weaponry and ammunition. By September, Ukraine drove back Russian forces and reclaimed the cities of Izyum and Kupiansk– both key hubs for Moscow’s forces. On November 14, 2022, Ukrainian forces managed to recapture Kherson.
On that day, Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy paid an unannounced visit to the city to rejoice in the occasion. However, he feels the battle is far from over and says:
“And of course, it’s a pity, but it’s a long way, a difficult way because this war took the best heroes of our country.”
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