"It's a lost generation. They ruined their youth. I can't save the country, so I try to save a small part of it, my family," expressed Oleksandr.
The war in Ukraine also diminished the line between the wants and needs of those who left the country and those who decided to stay.
After a year of the war, stealing humanitarian aid with the help of federal and local officials is not surprising to most Ukrainians anymore.
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