December 18, 2022, 10:13 – Public News Service – OSN

Refugee from Ukraine Natalya Taranenko returned to her homeland. The woman could no longer live in Great Britain because of the high cost and poor conditions, writes the Gazette and Herald.

Natalia moved about six months ago. During this time, she never found a suitable apartment for herself and her three children.

According to her, “the sponsors rented a one-bedroom apartment for them in Trowbridge.”

“The building is old, there are gaps in the windows and doors, so the apartment is very cold. At the same time, my electricity bill amounted to 300 pounds (about 23.5 thousand rubles),” Taranenko said.

The Ukrainian stressed that over time, mold appeared in the room. The children began to cough. As a result, the family had to return to Kyiv.

Earlier, the Public News Service reported that more and more calls were being made to the Kyiv regime to start a negotiation process with Moscow in order to complete confrontations.