Power & Politics Full Show: Hudson Valley-based Ukrainians speak on Russian invasion

In the past week, Ukrainian officials say Russians bombed a school in the city of Mariupol with hundreds of people inside. Just a few days before, a theater was hit where some 1,300 people were sheltering.

News 12 Staff

Mar 27, 2022, 5:17 PM

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In the past week, Ukrainian officials say Russians bombed a school in the city of Mariupol with hundreds of people inside. Just a few days before, a theater was hit where some 1,300 people were sheltering.
But those are just two examples of the suffering Ukrainians face at the hands of an army that has historically destroyed what it cannot conquer.
That is one reason why Ukrainian immigrants around the world and here in the Hudson Valley are doing what they can to raise money and awareness about the plight of their family and friends.
Two Hudson Valley residents with deep roots in Ukraine, Yuriy Fizer and Nataliya Kukil-Moroz, spoke with News 12’s Scott McGee on this week’s edition of Power & Politics.


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