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Politics Divide Families: Russians And Ukrainians On Crisis

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By Reuters

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KIEV, UKRAINE (DECEMBER 1, 2018) (REUTERS) CENTRAL STREET, TRAFFIC ON ROAD PEACE MONUMENT PEOPLE WALKING IN STREET TRAFFIC ON ROAD (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) KIEV RESIDENT, LEONID ANDRIYEVSKY, SAYING: "I think it was a right step because under cover of an entry for good reasons (Russians) can enter just like they entered Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk. That's why I think… We are Ukraine, we have the right to approve our laws." (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) KIEV RESIDENT, OLEKSIY AKSYONOV, SAYING: "I believe it should have been done long time ago when the conflict started. When a person goes abroad, he should have a clear purpose of entry. As far as I understood, they (border guard service) turned down those who did not confirm their purpose. So, it is normal. Such situation has been lasting with Russia for several years. For how long? The conflict exists for four years and it is very strange that such measures have not been taken before." (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) KIEV RESIDENT, OLHA KOROPKOVA, SAYING: "Well, I believe it is wrong because we have many relatives who live in Russia and why they cannot come to see us for Christmas holidays. I don't think it is a right decision. We should be able to cross borders freely regardless of whether we go to the east or west. These restrictions should not affect us, ordinary citizens who simply walk on streets, buy Christmas presents, etc." PEOPLE WALKING INDEPENDENCE SQUARE MOSCOW, RUSSIA (DECEMBER 1, 2018) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF EXTERIOR OF KIEVSKY RAIL STATION TRAINS INSIDE KIEVSKY RAIL STATION SCREEN SHOWING DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL TIMES (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) UKRAINE CITIZEN, SERGEI (NO LAST NAME GIVEN), SAYING: "I have no fears, what fears should I have? They have nail it down, let them fight the war themselves, lift their backs off the chairs in Rada (UKRAINIAN PARLIAMENT) and fight the war. It is their problem. What does it have to do with the people." TRAINS INSIDE RAILWAY STATION (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN CITIZEN WHOSE WIFE IS UKRAINIAN CITIZEN, LEV (NO LAST NAME GIVEN), SAYING: "They change the game rules the way they want to. I hope for the best, my wife lives there (in Ukraine). Human relations should stay out of politics." SIGN ON TRAIN READING (RUSSIAN ON TOP, UKRAINIAN AT BOTTOM) "MOSCOW-NIKOLAEV" PASSENGERS WITH LUGGAGE NEAR TRAIN (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) BULGARIAN CITIZEN, BORISLAV, SAYING: "What can I say? It makes people's lives more difficult, not more than that, it makes transportation, money flow and overall people's relations between the two countries more difficult. There is no point in it I can see except for some kind of interior Ukrainian policy something. Of course, I disapprove that, as every normal human. Why does one make obstacles where nobody needs them?" PEOPLE WAITING NEAR TRAIN TRAIN INSPECTOR CHECKING MAN'S PAPERS (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) UKRAINIAN RESIDENT, IHOR, SAYING: "I do not think any good about it. They whip up tension for their own ambitions." TRAINS AND PEOPLE AT RAILWAY STATION
Dateline: 2018

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