Second part of the interview with Georgiy Tuka, the deputy minister for the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced in Ukraine.
I asked Tuka about the skyrocketing utility fees and prices, why people say that "everything just got worse" since the events on Maidan, and what help do the internally displaced get.
He explained the way he sees these questions, and let's just say, the future if bleak.
If you missed the first part, make sure to check it out.
Bear in mind, that Ukraine is not a poor country. After all, the president is a billionaire, and the entire parliament is full of millionaires, who keep their ( quite often not honestly earned) wealth abroad. Well, the deputy minister is right, when he says, we (I guess we, the people of Ukraine) don't have such money.