After the bombing of the Kerch Bridge which links Russia to Crimea, President Putin has commissioned missile assaults on major Ukrainian cities including the capital Kiev, as well as Zaphorizhia and Lviv.
Putin has explicitly linked his latest round of death and destruction with the attack on the bridge, which is both strategically and symbolically important linking, as it does, Russia to a region of Ukraine it annexed in 2014.
But where he stop? And how are ordinary Ukrainians facing up to this latest assault.
Adrian Goldberg hears from Zarina Zabrisky, a regular Byline Times contributor in Odessa, and Yehven Petrov in Kiev. Yehven is Secretary General of the Public Diplomacy Platform which promotes engagement with civil society.
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