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‘For a country that was so proud of defeating the Nazis, we have swapped places now’ – Wexford-based Russian photographer is ashamed and outraged

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Vladimir Morozov with his wife Inna and daughter Valerie.

Vladimir Morozov with his wife Inna and daughter Valerie.

Vladimir with a box of supplies destined for Ukrainian citizens displaced by the war.

Vladimir with a box of supplies destined for Ukrainian citizens displaced by the war.

Vladimir Morozov who runs a photography and videography business in Wexford.

Vladimir Morozov who runs a photography and videography business in Wexford.

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Vladimir Morozov with his wife Inna and daughter Valerie.

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Russian-born photographer Vladimir Morozov, a resident of Wexford for the past 20 years, said he is “ashamed and outraged” by the invasion of Ukraine and could never have imagined it would ever happen.

"I cannot believe it has ended up like this. I never thought Russia would actually invade Ukraine. I thought maybe they would capture the Donbas territory but to go full on., it goes against all normal thinking. Russia and Ukraine are brother nations. But I don’t think they will be anymore after this. It’s a major blow.”


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