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Martin Korol is one of more than 60 young dancers who are finding safe haven at dance schools around the world. Valeriia Velmozhko hide caption

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Schools across Europe give shelter and fresh opportunities to Ukraine's young dancers

Young Ukrainian dancers are finding safe haven at ballet schools in Europe and the U.S. Many of them planned to compete in the Youth America Grand Prix competition in Kyiv which was canceled.

Martin Korol is one of more than 60 young dancers who are finding safe haven at dance schools around the world. Valeriia Velmozhko hide caption

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Valeriia Velmozhko

Schools across Europe give shelter and fresh opportunities to Ukraine's young dancers

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