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Imagine living in Ukraine these days.  With all of the violence and political uncertainty, you might not know if your neighbor is a friend or enemy.  Felix Widmer, TWR's International Director for Europe, says TWR's national partner in Ukraine is already delivering messages of hope and reconciliation for a country in turmoil.

Click here to learn more about the radio series Reconciliation For Ukraine

(Photo of Felix Widmer)