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"New Mariupol“

"New Mariupol" is the name of an organisation which was officially registered only two weeks ago but has already changed the city’s image.

Life is back to normal in Sloviansk

Sloviansk nowadays is a city of contrasts. Evidence of fighting is still visible there and the withdrawing separatists have left not only a huge network of trenches near Siyemionovka (city’s suburbs), but even toothbrushes in the field washbasins they had organised. 

“Kiev Ruthenia” battalion on front Line

For many weeks now, the 11th “Kiev Ruthenia” Battalion has been surrounded on three sides and shelled by separatists. They can be reached only from the side of Debalcev and under a special permit only.

Maidan without the Maidan. In memoriam

The time has come when one may feel tempted to draw certain conclusions. The so-called “cleaning” of the Maidan, that is the removal of the tents that had stood there since winter, was a complete success. There is virtually nothing remaining in the Ukrainian capital main square to remind one of the “tent town” that used to be there barely a few weeks ago.

Self-Defense in their new base in Kyiv

Sotnyas managed to obtain permission from the municipal authorities to take over the old Pechersk citadel. The idea was supported in the first place by historians, who had for a long time stood in stern defense of this monument of architecture from subsequent attempts to have it demolished.

Is it patriotism yet?

In Kyiv he understood – all that was left for him was Ukraine. Ukraine told him clearly what to do. Ukraine was sunflower fields and no stupid questions asked. A dead friend’s memento knife.

Maidan’s last days

The last phase of so-called Maidan “cleansing” that is to say the removal of the last tents is just about to finish. 


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Family of a migrant from the Crimea needs help

The family of Enver Temeshev, a terminally-ill migrant from Alushta, has addressed the Open Dialog Foundation. The family lives in poor conditions, Enver’s wife is now awaiting their ninth child, and the cost of treatment which could prolong Enver’s life exceeds 10,000 euros.

Enver Temeshev suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The disease causes the death of nerve cells, which leads to the paralysis of limbs and body. He was diagnosed with the disease two years ago, but over the past six months, Enver’s health condition has deteriorated significantly. Currently, he is completely paralysed and only able to speak and move his head. The disease is incurable, but medical care is able to extend Enver’s life for another 3 years. In Ukraine, appropriate treatment is not available, but there are clinics in Canada and Switzerland where such treatment can be provided. Its cost exceeds 10 000 euros, which is an unachievable amount of money for the family. In addition, the family needs additional money for sustenance.

Following the invasion of Russian troops in the Crimea, Enver Temeshev, Fatima Ibragimova and their eight children moved from Alushta to Vinnitsa, which has been their home for the last 3 months. The family is forced to live in a boarding house near the church, in one room with six children, while two other children live in adjacent rooms. They manage to send their children to kindergarten and school, and Fatima is now expecting a baby; she also takes care of her other children, and therefore she cannot work. The family receives a small allowance for children, but the means received are not sufficient to meet all the needs of the family.

You are welcome to render financial assistance to Enver Temeshev’s family by transferring funds to the following bank account:

PL79 2490 0005 0000 4600 7912 6269
Alior Bank SA

When transferring the money, please do not forget to specify the name of the beneficiary.

For more detailed information, please contact:
Marian Prisyazhnyuk –
The Open Dialog Foundation