A grim humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Ukraine’s south-east due to President Putin’s decision to invade sovereign Ukraine. The consequences of the invasion have been devastating, with widespread destruction, displacement, and loss of life. Particularly affected are Mariupol and its ethnic Greek population, trapped under siege, and Ukrainian Bulgarians who have mobilized to support refugees. The war serves as a crucial litmus test for the state’s treatment of its minorities, shedding light on potential lessons to be learned for the future.
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