Escaping the War

You can’t hear it in the photo, but the girl was crying.

Photographed in Solotwyno, Ukraine, in July 2022.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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4 Responses to Escaping the War

  1. Such a sad scenario.

  2. I have lots of words to describe how I feel about Putin and his bullying, but I’m trying to reduce my use of profanity.
    I hope the little girl, and the woman with her find safety at their destination.

    • The interesting thing at that Ukrainian-Romanian border was that just as many people went into Ukraine as left Ukraine.
      It’s a strange situation, because the refugees return when the situation seems less dangerous, when they have family business to attend to, or sometimes simply because they are bored in the country where they found refuge.
      Of course they can only do that because they know the borders will remain open and that they can always walk into the European Union again. (The river Tisa is so shallow, even if the border bridge was destroyed, people could wade through the river.)

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