: 'The Victors' exhibition remains in Dnipropetrovsk for one more week
Society11:28 Mar. 31, 2016

'The Victors' exhibition remains in Dnipropetrovsk for one more week

Project is devoted to soldiers and volunteers who suffered badly at the front in eastern Ukraine

"The Victors" will remain in Dnipropetrovsk for one more week, until April 5th. The project is devoted to 18 individuals, among them soldiers and volunteers who were badly wounded on the frontline in eastern Ukraine.

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24-year-old Vadym Dovgoruk is one of the subjects. Having lost his arm and both legs, he dreams of becoming a military psychologist.

25-year-old Oleksandr Zamirko meanwhile is eager to establish a rehabilitation centre for former soldiers.

Andriy Zabigaylo Zabigaylo simply strives to have a family.

Apart from the soldiers one of the participants is 43-year-old Oksana Nezhals'ka. Previously she was a teacher at a primary school. But after going to the conflict zone she was wounded in the Luhansk region while helping the Ukrainian army.

Visitors to the exhibition say the victors' stories make everyone start to appreciate everyday life and the health they take for granted.

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