Since the outbreak of the war, Ukrainians have been searching for primary goods in open-air markets
Since the outbreak of the war, the second-hand market in Kharkiv – Ukraine’s second largest city – has become very busy. Customers find cheap crockery, clothes and other goods that would be difficult to find at advantageous prices elsewhere. The same happens in Kiev, Kramatorsk, Odessa. In addition to basic necessities, there are remnants of the old Ukraine and reminiscences of the years of the Soviet Union. Portraits and busts of Stalin and Lenin, Red Army uniforms and tsarist-era samovars. The reportage of correspondent Lorenzo Cremonesi.
February 12, 2024 – Updated February 12, 2024, 6:15 pm
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