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How Ukrainian Americans feel about the crisis in Eastern Europe

A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moves along a highway in Crimea, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. Russia has concentrated an estimated 100,000 troops with tanks and other heavy weapons near Ukraine in what the West fears could be a prelude to an invasion. (AP Photo)
A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moves along a highway in Crimea, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. Russia has concentrated an estimated 100,000 troops with tanks and other heavy weapons near Ukraine in what the West fears could be a prelude to an invasion. (AP Photo)

In many U.S. cities, there are communities of Ukrainian Americans who are now watching the crisis in Eastern Europe unfold.

Host Scott Tong speaks with Yuliana Kletsun, a Ukrainian American attorney and political activist, about her perspective.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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