"Reference News" reporter records Lavff, the heavy town of Western Ukraine:

27/01/2001 作者 admin

"Reference News" reporter records Lavff, the heavy town of Western Ukraine:

After reporting on March 10 (text/Ren Ke Chen Wenxian) After the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the "Reference News" reporter moved to Lavff, Western Ukrainian city.Through visiting the city and the countryside, the reporter found that the conflict changed almost everyone’s life, and people were looking forward to recovering peace as soon as possible.

Although the street sculpture was wrapped in Lavff, although Levov was not as fire as cities such as Kyiv and Halkov, but the reporter saw on the street that he was stepping up the war. The exquisite sculpture of the old city was wrapped tightly to prevent damage.

Some historical buildings are equipped with protective boards.

There is a city park next to the hotel where the reporter lives. Some people are dug out of the anti -aircraft cave buried in the park underground.

Two staff members guided reporters to visit the air prevention hole. According to them, this is an air -ranging hole built during the Cold War that can accommodate dozens of people and leave intake ports to the ground. Due to the sudden drop in temperature, the reporter needs to buy shoes, but shops except for essential products have stopped opening. When the reporter was worried, a interview object sent good news.

follow me! My friend has a shoe shop, and I will let him open the door to you.

Bohdan Pastnack sent a message.

A few days ago, the reporter met him in the supermarket. After talking, he learned that he was a local sports reporter. On the 4th, the reporter and Pastnack met again and took his car to buy shoes. Reference News Network reported on March 10 (text/Ren Ke Chen Wenxian) After the outbreak of Russia and Ukraine, the "Reference News" reporter went to Lavff, Western Ukrainian city. Through visiting the city and the countryside, the reporter found that the conflict changed almost everyone’s life, and people were looking forward to recovering peace as soon as possible.

Although the street sculpture was wrapped in Lavff, although Levov was not as fire as cities such as Kyiv and Halkov, but the reporter saw on the street that he was stepping up the war.

The exquisite sculpture of the old city was wrapped tightly to prevent damage. Some historical buildings are equipped with protective boards. There is a city park next to the hotel where the reporter lives. Some people are dug out of the anti -aircraft cave buried in the park underground.

Two staff members guided reporters to visit the air prevention hole.

According to them, this is an air -ranging hole built during the Cold War that can accommodate dozens of people and leave intake ports to the ground.

Due to the sudden drop in temperature, the reporter needs to buy shoes, but shops except for essential products have stopped opening. When the reporter was worried, a interview object sent good news. follow me! My friend has a shoe shop, and I will let him open the door to you.

Bohdan Pastnack sent a message.

A few days ago, the reporter met him in the supermarket. After talking, he learned that he was a local sports reporter.

On the 4th, the reporter and Pastnack met again and took his car to buy shoes.

We came to a shoe shop in the suburbs of Lavff, and Stefan Pilip opened the store.

Plip is 43 years old. He opened his shoe factory and hired 150 workers and opened 21 shoe stores in the city.

After the war broke out, production and operation were forced to stop. Some workers have rushed to the battlefield, some are defending the city, and some are helping fellow compatriots who escape from war. There are almost no customers who buy shoes.

After buying the shoes, followed Pastnack back to the city center, he walked with reporters and came to a weapon shop.

A group of tall and strong adult men are waiting in front of the store. The reporter talked to one of them. He said that the Ukrainian government is now simplified to the process, as long as it provides simple documents, adults can get a gun card. The reporter asked, wouldn’t it be the army to give you a gun if the volunteer went to the battlefield? The man replied that because there were too many people who were recruited now and were insufficient, they could only buy them by themselves, about 1,000 US dollars, and only two stores in Lavff can buy guns. The villagers are very alert to strangers in Ukraine’s fertile black soil, with developed agriculture, and there are vast rural areas.

The reporter walked out of the city and visited the villages in western Wuxi. Although the war was not burned, the quiet rural life had been broken. On the 7th, the reporter set off from Laviff and went to the east to Kyiv’s must pass. The roadblocks are all over the intersection, and the military police and reserve personnel are patrolled everywhere, and the vehicles that escape from west can be seen everywhere.

After driving for 60 kilometers, the reporter came to a country town named Busk randomly. As soon as he took out the camera, he started shooting. There were two Ukrainian reserve personnel in a casual service. Suspicious people.

After clarifying his identity, the reporter began to move freely.

At the gate of the city hall, the deputy mayor Oleg took the initiative to ask for an interview.

He said that it is still peaceful here, but the villagers are involved in the war in different ways. Some villagers went to the battlefield and some registered to join the reserve. The villagers are still working on farmers, but they must also prepare to help those in need, such as those who accept the fire from Kyiv and other places.

On the evening of the 7th, there will be about 1,000 women and children from a train. They will be placed in schools and other places. The town is ready.

Leaving Besque, the reporter came to the small village Amblunova. In the state of war, the villagers were very alert and immediately stepped forward to ask the reporter, and called the village chief Najia.

After the reporter presented a document to the village chief, after explaining, the hospitable village chief invited the reporter to her house as a guest.

There are hardening grounds in this farmhouse. Behind the bungalows are pigpends and horses.

On the hectare, potatoes, crops and pastures are planted.

The reporter talked to Na Jia and found that her family had been deeply involved in the war. Najia was 59 years old, with a child and a daughter. The son -in -law was the Army Lieutenant Colonel. He left two children to the battlefield and could not contact his family.

The son was a worker in Kyiv, and fled the war on the 28th and brought back 11 acquaintances at home. Na Jia said that farm work in the family has not been disrupted for the time being, but there are many new things to be busy. There are too many people who live, they must take care of them, and collect relief materials everywhere to give it to those who need help. My biggest expectation is to achieve peace as soon as possible.

My children think so too.

she says.

On March 8th, the workers were equipped with a protective device for the sculpture of Lavov’s old town to protect them from destroying war.

(Photo by Ren Ke).