War journalist Robin Ramaekers and cameraman Stijn Desmet return to Ukraine: “If there is one thing that continues to work, it is the trains, regardless of attacks on them” | Abroad

War journalist Robin Ramaekers and cameraman Stijn Desmet return to Ukraine: “If there is one thing that continues to work, it is the trains, regardless of attacks on them” | Abroad
War journalist Robin Ramaekers and cameraman Stijn Desmet return to Ukraine: “If there is one thing that continues to work, it is the trains, regardless of attacks on them” | Abroad

War journalist Robin Ramaekers and cameraman Stijn De Smet return to Ukraine. The two arrived in Lviv on Saturday and travel from there to the capital, Kiev. They are going to the Zaporizhzhya region where the battle for Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is worrying the whole world. After Zaporizhzhya, the journey continues to Mykolaiv, from where Ukraine has launched a counter-offensive for a week to liberate the Russian-occupied city of Kherson, the gateway to Crimea. Follow their journey through Ukraine over the next week here.


JEBE, RRA

Sep 4 2022


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Robin Ramaekers and cameraman Stijn back to Ukraine © VTM NEWS

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