Although, for now, the ceasefire agreements reached in February 2015 appear to be mostly holding in eastern Ukraine, nationwide feelings of anxiety and stress persist. This is not only due to the fear that Vladimir Putin may restart the war in May, but also due to the growing challenge of petty terrorism. In various cities across the country, incidents of small explosive devices unexpectedly going off at night have sowed uncertainty and panic.
The targets are most frequently the offices of volunteer organizations helping the Ukrainian army, as well as military installations, railway infrastructure and banks. And the target cities—most …read more
Source: The Jamestown Foundation