Columnist of UNIAN
He graduated from the faculty "Mining machines and electrical equipment" of the Donetsk Polytechnics. Vlad's first job place was the Zasyadko coal mine. Down there in the mine face, he realized that mining is not for him. His journalistic activity started in 2006. Vlad worked in the newspaper "Segodnia," where he was a journalist, observer, and department editor. He also wrote for the weeklies "Reporter", "Correspondent", "Focus". Made long reads for Realist.online. Since 2014, he works on reports about war and life on the front-line zone. The Ukrainian military units awarded him special diplomas. Vlad covers a wide range of issues, publishes interviews, analytical materials on social topics.
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Vlad Abramov NGO coordinator Yevhen Vasyliev: Panic, confusion, and chaos reign in occupied Donbas over COVID-19 lockdown
14:20, 25 June 2020
Vlad Abramov National Guard Ivan Murovanyi: "We didn't sit idle in dugouts. We would always return fire"
17:50, 15 June 2020
Vlad Abramov Head of Donetsk art hub Liubov Mikhailova: On Donbas issue, Ukraine seems to be walking the path of "let go and forgive", imposed by Russia
20:00, 08 May 2020
Vlad Abramov Fate of Crimea traitors: "They either quit, or serve in remote Russian regions"
11:40, 03 March 2020
Vlad Abramov Zolote residents in Donbas: We're caught in-between warring sides: "Bang!" – a shell is flying over our heads. We constantly wonder which "bang" will eventually hit us
17:50, 25 February 2020
Vlad Abramov Experts on children's "upbringing" in occupied Donbas: This somehow resembles "Hitler Jügend"
14:00, 05 February 2020
Vlad Abramov Former battalion commander with 72nd Brigade Oleksandr Vdovichenko: My first thought in Avdiyivka was: "I guess I'm going to die here"
17:50, 27 January 2020
Vlad Abramov Wartime love story: Donetsk woman meets man from Right Sector unit
16:20, 09 December 2019
Vlad Abramov "DPR" secret prisons employ torture experts, not random people: ex-captives
12:20, 13 November 2019
Vlad Abramov Ex-POW Serhiy Popov: "Probably, I still haven't realized that I'm actually back home"
12:40, 10 September 2019
Vlad Abramov Former POW, sailor Andriy Eyder wounded in Kerch Strait incident: "There were a few seconds when life was supposed to flash before my eyes. Shells were flying. Tracers in the air and their reflection – on sea surface"
17:50, 09 September 2019