The future of Ukraine will not only be decided at the front. In order to hold its own against Russia, the country also needs corporate profits - and money from Western countries. But how does it look there right now?
Florian HasselKryvyi Rih
The war against Russia is in the sixth month when the smoker Roxana Postojan remembers how she and other employees of the Arcelormittal steel factory can support their soldiers at the front. Ukrainian hobbyists have found a way, to recycle smoked electronic cigarettes to build rechargeable power banks: With these, soldiers in bunkers and trenches can charge their mobile phones and report to their families, even when there are no sockets. As soon as Postojan had implemented her idea, the first e-cigarettes were in the boxes that had been set up for them.