Ukrainian Shelling Has Left 79-Year-Old Ivan Konovalov Without the Basic Means to Live

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


Mikhail Andronik

On August 14th, 2017, Krutaya Balka could have repeated the fate of the settlement of Spartak. Same time, same guns. And probably the same bastards. The difference is only that several shells didn’t explode. Only the dry grass in the field started to catch fire. One of the shells flew to the house of Ivan Efimovich Konovalov – 1938 year of birth. Ivan Efimovich worked for 50 years in a State farm, was a combine operator, the hardest worker. He served in the army of the Soviet Union, in Leningrad on the submarine. This is already the third time his house has been struck. He is on the edge, he says: “I will hang myself!” The house is destroyed, the windows are filled in with plastic, there is no coal for the winter. I don’t know how I will pass through it. In addition he needs medical care. I’m sure that among my subscribers are representatives of humanitarian organizations. If there is the opportunity to help Ivan Efimovich with anthracite coal, food, medical help – I will be very grateful. I will show everything, I will describe everything and accompany everyone.


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