Kyiv Post in­vites Ukraini­ans liv­ing abroad to an­swer ques­tions ahead of Aug. 24

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As Ukraine’s 26th In­de­pen­dence Day ap­proaches on Aug. 24, the Kyiv Post is ask­ing Ukraini­ans who live abroad to an­swer the fol­low­ing ques­tions for pub­li­ca­tion. Please email an­swers with a pho­to­graph (mug shot) to Kyiv Post chief ed­i­tor Brian Bon­ner at bon­[email protected] kyivpost.com. The news­pa­per will pub­lish the edited re­sponses on­line and pos­si­bly in print. The ques­tions are: Where are you from in Ukraine? When did you leave; why did you leave? How did you end up where you live? Do you ever re­gret that you are not in Ukraine – why or why not? What do you miss most about Ukraine? What do you miss Ukraine? Does where you live have more op­por­tu­ni­ties for you than in Ukraine? What rel­a­tives/friends are left back in Ukraine? Do they visit you or do you visit them? Of­ten? With Ukraine com­ing up to its 26th an­niver­sary of na­tional in­de­pen­dence, how do you feel about your home­land? Is it mak­ing progress as a na­tion? Or not so much? What would it take for you to re­turn? What do you wish for your coun­try? Do you think that wish will come true? least about

A boy re­acts with a smile as his fa­ther asks him to pose for a photo on Aug. 24, 2016, dur­ing In­de­pen­dence Day cel­e­bra­tions in Kyiv. (Volodymyr Petrov)

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