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She doesn't hate her older sister; she just frequently blames Ukraine for ruining her chances with their brother. Then, being the naturally warm person she is, Ukraine apologizes and says that even though she doesn't know why, she just hopes they can all get along.
Natalya would be lying if she said her sister doesn't make her feel even a little bit sorry. Therefore, after fights, while she doesn't say sorry, she does try to act a little nicer for the sake of her sister's happiness.
Mariya is surprisingly strong. That's why she's perfect to deal with her sister's problems.
What was she supposed to do? Continue pretending that she hadn't already lost her mind? She is tired; she is not a young nation, yet she is not very old either. Has Belarus left a big enough memory to be remembered if she were to suddenly disappear? Would anyone care?
She was hesitant to ask so she only stuck with the basics.
“Do you think I'll be remembered?”
Her elder sister