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BBC: How Poland’s business community is helping Ukrainians

Mariana Zlahodniuk spent days trying to persuade her mother, Olena, to get out of Ukraine. 

“She wouldn’t come, was adamant in fact,” says Mariana, a 27-year-old marketing and business adviser from Ukraine, based in the Polish capital since 2012.

The pair’s hometown of Zhmerinka, in central-southern Ukraine, is a strategic railway point and the frontline of the Russian invasion is edging closer.

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