Life on the Russian-Ukrainian border: Nobody needs a war
The city of Voronezh in western Russia lies approximately 250 kilometers from the Ukrainian border. Located on the Voronezh River, it is an important railway junction to Moscow, Rostov-on-Don and Kiev. While tensions persist along the border with Ukraine, Global Stringer traveled to Voronezh to interview some local residents. Several people shared with us the impact that the crisis between Russia and Ukraine is having on their lives, and they also expressed their feelings toward Ukraine, the EU and the U.S.