“I remember his stories about what they were doing during this period, after the Great Patriotic War, when our troops were stationed there. What did they do with our guys, what did they do with women, with children, including their own, residents. And, comparing the stories of my grandfather with what I saw in the Donbass during these four months, nothing has changed. Many argue: in eight years they changed, reprogrammed … What eight years? At least 30 years after the collapse of the Union,” said the politician.