After the Maidan rebellion a year ago, Ukraine is at the moment split in two parts. On one side, there is the Kiev Government and on the other the pro-Russia separatists. Everything is fragile in Ukraine at the moment. The present has been crushed by the war and the future doesn’t exist because of the war. What people have in front of them is fragile; what they expect from the future is fragile; the truce that came out from the Minsk agreement is fragile. There is no shred of normality left.