Sentsov says "not so many" changes happen in Ukraine in five years - UNIAN
Sentsov says he has managed to visit many places and talk with many people within a week, as UNIAN reported.
Ukrainian film director Oleh Sentsov, who has recently been freed from Russian captivity, says "not so many" changes have happened in Ukraine in five years.
"A week has passed since my release. For me, as a person who arrived in a time machine of 2014, it was interesting to see what changes had occurred in the country and in people. Of course, a week is a short while, but I've managed to visit a lot and talk with many people. There are two preliminary conclusions: 1) there are not so many changes in five years as I expected; 2) everyone is at war with everyone," he wrote on Facebook. At the same time, Sentsov added he does not understand how people can fight with each other when there is a war in the country. "This is all very sad. How can we be at enmity with each other if we have Putin? But I still do not lose hope for the best," he said.