Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground. By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail

Anna Liminowicz
Photographer based in Warsaw, Poland
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail -
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail - 03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Oliver and Sofia Hawes got married in Kyiv two days before the Russian...
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail - 03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets with her son Nathan, 9, and three-year old daughter Nika...
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail - 03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets has taken refuge in a flat in Warsaw owned by Njavwa...
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail - 03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets has taken refuge in a flat in Warsaw owned by Njavwa...
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Oliver and Sofia Hawes got married in Kyiv two days before the Russian invasion. Now they are sleeping on a mat on the floor in a flat owned by a family friend in Warsaw. Mr. Hawes is American who lived in Kyiv, but his wife hasn’t yet been able to get a visa to travel with him to the U.S.
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets with her son Nathan, 9, and three-year old daughter Nika share a bedroom in a flat in Warsaw belonging to Njavwa Nondo. Vika's husband and parents stayed in Ukraine. Ms. Nondo doesn’t speak Ukrainian and Ms. Lukianets doesn’t speak English, so they communicate by Google translate.
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets has taken refuge in a flat in Warsaw owned by Njavwa Nondo. Ms. Nondo doesn’t speak Ukrainian and Ms. Lukianets doesn’t speak English, so they communicate by Google translate.
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
03/15/2022 Warsaw Poland. Vika Lukianets has taken refuge in a flat in Warsaw owned by Njavwa Nondo. Ms. Nondo doesn’t speak Ukrainian and Ms. Lukianets doesn’t speak English, so they communicate by Google translate. Even showing Ms. Lukianets the access code to the flat takes forever as the two women struggle to communicate.
Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground. By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail
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Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail by Anna Liminowicz Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail by Anna Liminowicz Ukrainians and residents in Warsaw , once strangers and now roommates, try to find common ground.           By Paul Waldie, on assignment for The Globe and Mail by Anna Liminowicz
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