Ukrainians and Russians unite at festival

Despite the current crisis, Ukrainians and Russians party together at an electronic music festival in Georgia.

    Despite the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine, several thousand Russians and Ukrainians have put aside their differences, to party on Georgia's black Sea coast.

    The Electronic music festival, Kazantip has become a victim of the fighting.

    Until this year it was held in the recently annexed region of Crimea.

    Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Anaklia.


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