Anxiety growing for Ukrainians in Singapore as conflict with Russia enters sixth week

Ms Galyna Kogut president of the Ukrainian Club in Singapore with her husband and son. PHOTO: COURTESY OF MS GALYNA KOGUT
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SINGAPORE - When her Ukrainian mother was uncontactable for 12 days, Singaporean permanent resident Olena Kiktenko feared the worst.

Her mother lives in a city in northern Ukraine.

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