Lesia Vasylenko is a Ukrainian politician and human rights lawyer.
Since the war in Ukraine began, we’ve spoken to her many times on Channel 4 News, but she joins Krishnan to talk about what it was like to have to send her children to another country when the war in Ukraine began.
She also discusses her first impression of President Zelenskyy and how she believes this war might end.
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