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  • Those who stay
    Russie-Donbass
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0201660.jpg
    A person behind a window in a bus in Roston on dov. Russia
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197650.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197651.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197652.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197653.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197654.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197655.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197656.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197657.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197658.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197659.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197660.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197661.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197662.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197663.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197664.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197665.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197666.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197667.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197668.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197669.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197670.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197671.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • The Lavra of the Kiev Caves
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0197672.jpg
    The Lavra of the Kiev Caves lies within the jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (autonomous within the Moscow Patriarchate). Dating from the 11th century, it is the most prestigious monastery in Ukraine.Designed to compete with the Saint Sophia Church of Constantinople, the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev symbolizes the "new Constantinople", capital of the Christian principality created in the eleventh century in an evangelized region after the baptism of St. Vladimir in 988. The spiritual and intellectual influence of the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra, fruit of the cultural interaction between Kievan Rus', the Byzantine Empire and the Europe of the West, largely contributed to the spread of orthodox faith and thought in the Russian world in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, UNESCO notes.
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196599.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196600.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196601.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196602.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196556.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196557.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196558.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196559.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196560.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196561.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196562.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196563.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196564.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196565.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196566.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196567.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196568.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196569.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196570.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196545.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196546.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196547.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196548.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196549.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • interview with Pavlo Klimkine
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0196550.jpg
    Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin at the exit of the European Council of Foreign Affairs. Brussels. Belgium. 2018
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194288.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194301.jpg
    Vostok is a Russian-speaking separatist armed group active in eastern Ukraine. With a strength of around 2500 men, it is one of the main military components of the Donetsk People's Republic and shares its operational zone with the Oplot Battalion.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194302.jpg
    Separatists leave in a vehicle for another position. Vostok is a Russian-speaking separatist armed group active in eastern Ukraine. With a strength of around 2500 men, it is one of the main military components of the Donetsk People's Republic and shares its operational zone with the Oplot Battalion.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194303.jpg
    Separatists leave in a vehicle for another position. Vostok is a Russian-speaking separatist armed group active in eastern Ukraine. With a strength of around 2500 men, it is one of the main military components of the Donetsk People's Republic and shares its operational zone with the Oplot Battalion.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194392.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194393.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194394.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194396.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194397.jpg
    Attack and Reconnaissance battalion №4 (part of special operations Regiment, subordinated to the minister of defence of DPR) Commander «Fomich» (codename) - Sergei Fomchenkov In August 2017 the war in the Donbass continues. Despite the ceasefire almost every day the OSCE notes exchanges of fire from two sides: Ukraine and People's Republic of Donetsk DPR.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194398.jpg
    A separatist observes the positions of the Ukrainian enemy. The level of violence has been lower since 2015, but the bloodbath has not completely stopped. Vostok is a Russian-speaking separatist armed group active in eastern Ukraine. With a strength of around 2500 men, it is one of the main military components of the Donetsk People's Republic and shares its operational zone with the Oplot Battalion.
  • Conflict in Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0194399.jpg
    Vostok is a Russian-speaking separatist armed group active in eastern Ukraine. With a strength of around 2500 men, it is one of the main military components of the Donetsk People's Republic and shares its operational zone with the Oplot Battalion.
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