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  1. Condolences to all mothers, fathers and families who lost their loved ones in Ukraine during this hard times.

  2. I am really sorry and hurt to hear you suffer from this war. Stay strong Ukrainian. You will be see the daylight after the dark cloud💪💪💪

    1. @Necrik This video contains false information. I’m from Donetsk 🇺🇦 and know : Terrorism in Donbas occurred after the arrival of Russian groups in 2014. Before that, these territories 🇺🇦 developed, but today they are falling into decay.
      Russian troops, on the orders of Putin, came to seize the lands of Ukraine. Azov are brave warriors, they protect Mariupol and help civilians in the conditions in which they are. Azov was in Mariupol all these years, but after the arrival of Putin’s “liberators” the city was destroyed, and many people died

  3. Poor people….with all these talks, something has to be done…I have no words for all this suffering!

  4. Thankful you are safe! You are a very brave person. Can’t begin to imagine what you have been through. God bless you!

    1. I’m from Donetsk 🇺🇦 and know : Terrorism in Donbas occurred after the arrival of Russian groups in 2014. Before that, these territories 🇺🇦 developed, but today they are falling into decay.
      Russian troops, on the orders of Putin, came to seize the lands of Ukraine. Azov are brave warriors, they protect Mariupol and help civilians in the conditions in which they are. Azov was in Mariupol all these years, but after the arrival of Putin’s “liberators” the city was destroyed, and many people died

  5. I feel bad for all of them but especially the elderly too infirm to get out who have no electricity food water freezing temperatures and being bombed with no access to medicines they need or they will die 😢 😞

  6. I’ve to say Ukrainian people are one of the most brave and courageous people I’ve ever seen

    1. hard now in the east of Ukraine. I myself am from Donetsk. But after 2014 we left there, the house there was broken and looted ((
      But the worst thing is that Putin “saves” us again.
      after 2014, we thought that this was the worst thing that could happen to Ukraine, but no ((((Putin’s salvation does not stop.
      my parents bought a house in Volnovakha, and now there is no second home. On February 28, in the morning, 5 shells flew into their yard. they were hiding, but my grandmother (87 years old), a piece of glass injured her hand
      it’s good that everyone is alive and were able to leave with white rags in a car, the military helped.
      and my younger brother was a student in Mariupol. And there was no contact with him for more than 3 weeks. The other day he was able to leave, here is what he says about how it was in Mariupol: He tried to save the woman, and she was already dead.
      And a lot of people on the streets, covered with carpets, blankets. And how they went for groceries under fire. They were looking for frozen and rotten vegetables, fruits in broken warehouses …. How the Azov people helped to collect gasoline, and Thank God, it was enough to go to Zaporozhye. As soon as they arrived at the volunteers’ point, they rejoiced at the bread, the opportunity to warm up and sleep. He was with a family of friends who, in early January 2022, had a baby. Не said that tanks and hailstones are not scary. scary plane, and airstrikes. he brought a large fragment from a shell from Mariupol. when there was one of the attacks, a shell fell next to him, and the brother was covered with earth and this fragment fell near him. He could hit brother.

  7. Alina’s amazing inner strength and humility, devotion to her Mother, Courageous neighbors and her felines; a Blessing that they made their way to Poland by God’s Love.

    1. hard now in the east of Ukraine. I myself am from Donetsk. But after 2014 we left there, the house there was broken and looted ((
      But the worst thing is that Putin “saves” us again.
      after 2014, we thought that this was the worst thing that could happen to Ukraine, but no ((((Putin’s salvation does not stop.
      my parents bought a house in Volnovakha, and now there is no second home. On February 28, in the morning, 5 shells flew into their yard. they were hiding, but my grandmother (87 years old), a piece of glass injured her hand
      it’s good that everyone is alive and were able to leave with white rags in a car, the military helped.
      and my younger brother was a student in Mariupol. And there was no contact with him for more than 3 weeks. The other day he was able to leave, here is what he says about how it was in Mariupol: He tried to save the woman, and she was already dead.
      And a lot of people on the streets, covered with carpets, blankets. And how they went for groceries under fire. They were looking for frozen and rotten vegetables, fruits in broken warehouses …. How the Azov people helped to collect gasoline, and Thank God, it was enough to go to Zaporozhye. As soon as they arrived at the volunteers’ point, they rejoiced at the bread, the opportunity to warm up and sleep. He was with a family of friends who, in early January 2022, had a baby. Не said that tanks and hailstones are not scary. scary plane, and airstrikes. he brought a large fragment from a shell from Mariupol. when there was one of the attacks, a shell fell next to him, and the brother was covered with earth and this fragment fell near him. He could hit brother.

  8. They were lucky… I’m glad they didn’t do anything to her 🍀👌.

    Blessings to all that were left behind 🙏💕

    SLAVA UKRAINI! 🥇💙💛❤️

  9. God bless you all sweetheart ❤ I pray for your freedom and peace in your beautiful country , yous are the most united country in the world with the bravest people , slava ukraine 🇺🇦

    1. You can tell she has that thousand yard stare – hasn’t entirely processed the situation and is still experiencing PTSD and disassociating. I can’t begin to imagine getting bombed and losing your homes and the places you grew up and loved.

  10. The resolve of this young lady and the others all over Ukraine being forced to survive, is amazing. We should all hope to have their strength if we are ever tested in such a way. 💙💛🙏

  11. Blessings of absolute Love Protection Goodness & Grace to her and her loved ones & all Ukrainians.
    May everyone everywhere know everlasting healing- stability- safety –
    Love & Peace.

  12. The Russian people (average civilians) ain’t responsible for this tragedy. It’s the governors faults.
    May God bring peace to Ukraine, peace to all good hearted men and women, also Russians who are against war. May Alina and everyone under attack stay safe. May God change the hearts of everyone who caused this war, even those who on mainstream appear to be against, but who also caused the war.

  13. The injustice of this is staggering. Nobody should have to be suffering like that, in any country. Bully dictators are the biggest danger to our planet. We have to be very serious about protecting democratic governments!

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