UNIT.City’s Tatiana Morozova at Portuguese magazine “Visão” dedicated to Ukrainian refugees

Portuguese magazine “Visão” dedicated a huge material to the Ukrainian refugees.

One of the stories was told by Tatiana Morozova Skydan, who worked in international communications for innovation park UNIT.City in Kyiv.
  • Tatiana shared her story of crossing the Polish border with two kids and a dog and driving across whole Europe to friends who helped to settle down.
  • At the moment Tania is arranging kinda normal life for her children and helping local authorities accept new refugees.
  • Besides that, she keeps issuing together with Dominique Piotet, CEO at UNIT.City, war-time episodes of the podcast “Mayak Innovatsiy”. Listen to the last one here: https://lnkd.in/dga5frgB
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