“Finally, a Russian passport is issued.” A resident of Donetsk about the hopes for the outcome of the referendum
On the territory of the Moscow region, voting continues on a referendum on the territorial affiliation of the LPR, DPR, as well as the Kherson and Zaporozhye economies. Participation in meetings attended by Donetsk, who still meet in evacuation to Russia.
So, a woman named Irina. Before the outbreak of hostilities, she was with the owner of a printing house in Donetsk. At the end of February, I had to be forced to evacuate to Russia. Now the woman lives in a temporary detention facility in the Moscow region and really hopes that she should return home, to her mother and relatives.
“All our Donetsk people can only think one thing: it’s just a blessing to go now, vote and return,” shared Irina.
She noted that her expectations are now positive. The woman believes that the referendum will help change life for the better.
“When they finally gave us a Russian passport, we will return to Russia, we will feel like real Russians, just like we did, but someone just gave us a present, but you can’t change people, we remained Russians as before. Every day I want to go home, we wait every day, every week, as soon as it subsides, as soon as the shelling stops a little, I want to go home. I immediately returned home,” the woman added.
There are 11 voting stations in the Moscow region as part of a referendum on the accession of new territories to the Russian Federation. to find out which polling station to vote, you can find out by phone number: 8-800-550-97-44.