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Hulyaipole has no access to radio or television

20.02.2024, 15:41

Hulyaipole (Zaporizhia oblast) has no access to radio or television, reports Suspilne.

"We have no radio, no television, the nights are long, we want to read something, some information. We've already reread everything we had at home a couple times," said Mykola, a Hulyaipole resident.

He noted that people want something to do in their pastime, at least in the evening, so they read books.

In particular, the Zaporizhia Oblast Children's Library "Young Reader" collected Ukrainian books for them. The literature was delivered to the front-line town by the State Emergency Service.

The books were collected in the library, but the initiative to collect books for the frontline areas belongs to the State Emergency Service, says the library's acting director, Larysa Danilova.

The book collection is diverse.

"Mostly it's the classics, our Ukrainian authors, such as Taras Hryhorovych Shevchenko, Lesya Ukrainka, Marko Vovchok, Mykhailo Starytskyi, Mykhailo Stelmakh and many others. Foreign literature, for example, Hemingway, Remarque and so on," Danilova added.

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