The journalist Roman Bochkala presented his documentary film about the annexation of Crimea in Sweden Photo: Facebook
In Sweden, a Ukrainian journalist Roman Bochkala presented his documentary film about the annexation of the Crimean Peninsula. He said this in his Facebook.
“Met with the research staff of CBEES. Stockholm University who studies the Baltic States and Eastern Europe. Talking about the annexation of Crimea, occupation of Donbas. Mostly in Swedish society there is a clear understanding – Ukraine a victim of Russian aggression. Presented his film about the capture of the Peninsula. Documentary evidence of the events. In Ukraine it was shown two years ago, ” – said Roman Bochkala.
The journalist notes that for the Swedes this material is little known.
“They’re not deep in the material. This is not surprising. Ukraine went from the front pages of the European press. And so – feeling tired from our question. You need to remind yourself. And remember not only the bad. To focus on the positive. Wimps and losers nobody likes. We managed to preserve the independence and strengthen the army. This is important. Reforms are coming too. Although not as fast as everyone would like. Moving forward, ” – said the journalist.
In the return of Russian-occupied Crimea is no “point of no return”. This opinion was expressed by Ukrainian journalist Roman Bochkala.