Katerina Mikheyceva reads a poem by Ukrainian poet Lesya Ukrainka titled ‘The Answer’

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Katerina mikheyceva reads a poem by ukrainian poet lesya ukrainka titled 'the answer'

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Katerina Mikheyceva, the deputy director of Odessa museum of Western and Eastern art, joined CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign by reciting a poem by Ukrainian poet Lesya Ukrainka titled “The Answer”. Join CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign for the International Day of Peace and share your favorite verses with a worldwide audience.

Post a video of yourself reading poems with the theme of love and peace with the hashtag #readapoem# and tag us. You might find it on CGTN. Don’t forget to say our slogan in the video: “I read this poem for you, though thousands of miles apart, poetry brings us the same beat of heart.”

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