Has changed in Ukraine since the Maidan-Revolution for the Better? Also, the people will decide in tomorrow's presidential election. Although many are frustrated, but there is also hope.
In the East of Ukraine, just 40 kilometres from the Russian border, Kharkiv. With 1.5 million inhabitants it is the second largest city in the Ukraine. A tradition-rich, very Soviet-looking industrial metropolis, the acts for its numerous universities, at the same time young and modern. Chic Restaurants, Coffee Stalls, Street Art.
located only about 300 kilometers, along the border to the Pro-Russian separatist territories, are still at war, is in the city, it is barely noticeable. And yet the war for coffee stall owner Vadim is the Central Argument that the current President Petro Poroshenko to re-elect, "because he stands for the integrity of Ukraine, for the course in the NATO and in the EU".
not have met Poroshenko on many of its promises, such as, for example, the consistent fight against corruption. But the security of the country, says the 38-Year-old.
Pensioner Natalya has set up with other in the train station of Kharkiv, a waiting room for a fighter from the Donbass.