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Ukraine: Caught between East and West

© FRANCE 24

Text by Mehdi CHEBIL , Gaëlle LE ROUX

Latest update : 2013-12-16

Since November 21, Kiev’s Independence Square has been the home of Ukraine’s pro-EU protesters. FRANCE 24 met Sofia, Andriy and Vladimir – three citizens in a divided country, trying to decide if their destiny lies to the West or to the East.

Date created : 2013-12-16

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