UF Student From Ukraine Concerned As Tensions Rise in Eastern Europe
Published March 8th, 2014
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- As tensions grow between Russia and Ukraine, so too is the fear among many eastern Europeans living here in North Central Florida.
On Friday, Crimea's parliament voted to break away from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation -- a move the U.S. has strongly opposed.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports, while the world watches the region with bated breath, so too is a UF student who says she has an allegiance to both sides.
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