The war shapes the everyday life of the people – and the remaining children. Heavy fighting is raging in Kharkiv, the country’s second largest city in eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian armed forces recently reported gaining ground again. But: The “intensity of the bombing in the Kharkiv district has increased,” they report. The Russian troops would also leave deadly mines behind.
According to the regional administration, Kharkiv is already like a rubble field. School lessons are still in the city – in the bunker: the subway. At the moment, classes are held at three stations of the Kharkiv subway.