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WorldRussiaVideo: Ukrainian troop sharing story of woman who brought milk for troops during war

The Advisor to the Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs, Anton Gerashchenko, has shared a video clip of the Ukrainian troop, who was sharing story about how a woman in Donetsk brought milk for Ukrainian troops during the shelling.

It is to be noted that Advisor Gerashchenko, took it to his official social media handle to share the video of Ukrainian troops, adding that, “Ukrainian Defender tells a story about a woman in Donetsk region who brought milk to our Warriors even under shelling. It was her way to thank and support them.”


In the video, Ukrainian troop could be seen as saying that, “The boys had been standing there for a long time. The enemy forces was shelling with everything he could. The boys were tired. And in the evening, it got quieter. And they heard something happening in the bushes. They lit that direction with a flashlight and saw a woman standing there.”

“She had 3 liters of milk in her hands. She was trembling a little. They said, “What are you doing here? There had already been at least three evacuations. Why didn’t you leave? She replied: well you didn’t go, so I didn’t go either. And I have a little livestock, so if I can bring you some milk,” says Ukrainian troop.

He further added that, “They just didn’t know what to say. They took that jar and passed it round the circle. They felt better a little, recovered. That woman kept coming for several more months and kept bringing them milk. This woman is the prototype of the Ukrainian mother. In other words, that is the kind of mum we have, our mother.”

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