Our interview heroine says that she lived in a bubble for eight years. But this is a bubble where there was constant talk about the Russian-Ukrainian war, veterans, gains and losses, work for the good of Ukraine.
Unfortunately, her father died in 2014 in Luhansk region. In 2022, the Russians destroyed Irpin, the city in which she lived with her husband.
Has this bubble burst, what emotions is she experiencing now, is she planning her future in Ukraine, about heroes and enemies – see more in the video!
Victoria Klymchuk-Dlugach, 30 years old. Born and raised in Lutsk. For the past 8 years, she lived with her husband in Kyiv and Irpen.
The daughter of Serhiy Klymchuk, a military volunteer of the “Aidar” battalion, who died in heavy battles in Luhansk region in August 2014, and Svitlana Klymchuk, a tutor for special children and a volunteer.
Head of the program of international technical assistance to Ukraine.
She was an assistant to two people’s deputies, worked with youth and veterans of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Traveler (visited 27 countries), marathon runner, philosopher by first education and lawyer by second.
On her 30th birthday, she collected UAH 169,000 for the Armed Forces.
Continues to help the Ukrainian army.
The project “Small steps to a big victory” of the Volyn Foundation is implemented within the framework of the Publicity for Democratization project with the assistance of the European Union, which is implemented by the Institute of Economic Research and Political Consultations.
Our partners: Public. Volyn, District. Lutsk, Power of truth, t1.ua – Your portal, Insider Media – news from Lutsk and Volyn, Volyn news service, channel 12.
Thank you for the location of the Cultural and Art Center “Krasne”.
Filming and editing: Oleksandr Sloboda
Interviewer: Maria Domanska