Saturday, March 1, 2014
CONCERN IN NY'S UKRAINE COMMUNITY
Many of the people in Manhattan's Ukrainian Village are concerned about fast breaking events in their homeland. What better place to find out their thought than by breaking bread and having a bowl of borscht at the Ukrainian Kitchen on E. 7th Street in the East Village, where there are some who are hopeful for a peaceful, diplomatic solution. But others that are certain that, since the Russian Army is on the move, there will be bloodshed before this is all over. Amadeus Shebinsky is a Ukrainian count. He says this move by Putin did not spring up overnight. But was three years in the making. And says, unfortunately, the spilling of blood is inevitable.
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