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There were also other people from disability organisations from Ukraine.
– Valery Sushkevych president of the
National Assembly of Persons with Disabilities Ukraine
– Raisa Kravchenko and Yulia Klepets from Ukrainian coalition VGO
Other speakers were:
– Yannis Vardakastanis, President, European Disability Forum
– Milan Šveřepa, Director, Inclusion Europe
– Maya Doneva, Secretary General, EASPD
Yulia Klepets said they seen 2 weeks of horror.
Yulia is from Kyiv.
She has a daughter who is autistic
and has intellectual disabilities.
She also has her mother who is 82 years old
and they cannot leave the flat.
Yullia and her family live on the 7th floor
and there is no way to get to the bomb shelter.
Raisa Kravchenko thanked the organisations
for all the help they have given.
Raisa has a son who is 37 years old
and she must dedicate all her time for her son.
Raisa wants to say a big thank you
to Inclusion Europe for the donations.
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