How do people live in the evacuation zone?

Exist negotiators villagers deserted Bartalameevtsy long time helped foreigners. Humanitarian aid brought here almost with around the world — Germans, Italians, inhabitants of the country of the rising sun, the Belgian. Carried clothes, home appliances products.
Love knows pensioner Halushko:
"Everything on me — all this humanitarian mission. We would not themselves dressed. Germans, Italians, niderlyandtsy come. Whole world we have been here. And jackets appropriated, and the sheets and nasypak and skirt — all.
And they brought us to eat. From time to time a beer, martini brought. With us sit, drink. They say: we want to drink with you. They give their starters — our fear. All we drove. Thanks to them! And may God give them good health. "
Germans time brought squatters handheld receivers, running on batteries. People listened to the announcements. TVs have not, as there is no electricity — hang on poles cut wires.
Now Bartalameevtsy assist foreigners can not: it a special permit humanitarian aid department.
Changes villagers felt.
"At the moment it is not. Now Lukashenko took humanitarian aid in a sanatorium, where else," — says Halushko.
Beet wear, potatoes, carrots — and its all eat
71-year-old pensioner Gregory Sorykav met us, lying in bed. He recently underwent major surgery. In the corner of his malehankih and very sleazy huts hanging brought someone from the area during the last year presidential elections portrait Alexander Lukashenko.
Sovereign Sorykav also states that foreigners should not interfere with the drive to the village of humanitarian aid:
"And so that humanitarian aid is not precluded us carry here! Foreigners also brought us bread and pasta, sugar and flour. So they presently before the border wrapped and sent back. They come to us already empty. Lukashenko humanitarian aid does not pass. forbade not allowed across the border. "
Bartalameevtsy live in, as in other villages of radiation, mostly from the ground. Sow gardens, gather mushrooms and berries.
Some, like Lena Musychenko, who lives with spouse and offspring, raise livestock.
"Cow hold, hold horse, geese. Vegetable sow. Beet wear, potatoes, carrots — and its all eat," — says Musychenko evicted from villages Bartolomeevka.

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