refugee from Severodonetsk whose home was bombed in Russian air strikes says people in the UK city of Nottingham have made her feel welcome.

Lina Udodenko, who used to have a job supporting refugees, is being hosted in Nottingham through the Ukrainian Sponsorship Scheme (Homes for Ukraine).

The 26-year-old said she had found out this week that her home had been destroyed after seeing a video on Facebook of her city.

“I recognised my house – it had exploded. Nothing is saved there,” she said.

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