They murder a young Ukrainian woman who stayed in her country to help the most vulnerable

Ukrainian dies on the battlefield helping the most needy in her country.

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A 26-year-old Ukrainian woman, who decided not to leave her country to help the most vulnerable, despite the fact that most of her relatives had already fled due to the Russian invasion, He died after bringing food to a shelter for dogs that were starving.

According to Global News, the girl named ANastasiia Yalanskaya, who was working as a job recruiterremained in Ukraine despite multiple calls from his family for him to leave the country.

“I asked her to be more cautious. That today, a mistake costs a lot. But she was helping everyone around. I asked her to think about the evacuation, but she didn’t listen,” her husband Yevhen Yalanskyi told the aforementioned outlet.

The young woman decided to tell what she was doing, as a diary, from a Telegram account.

According to a CBS report, a few days ago, the girl named Anastasiia Yalanskaya, wrote about helping a kindergartenwhere there were minors who did not have food or diapers.

He later spoke of bringing help to a military hospital.

“We are not afraid. We are united like never before. We help each other. We stand for hours at roadblocks and thank those who protect us, ”said Anastasiia on her Telegram account.

the following friday, the young woman was delivering food at a dog shelterwhere animals had been starving for three days, when the car she was traveling in was ambushed by Russian fire and Anastasiia was killed along with two of her fellow volunteers.

Her latest Instagram story, posted just hours before her death, reportedly shows her sitting in the backseat of the car, smiling next to bags of dog food.

Russia’s military operation and invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24, has left more than 1,100 victims, including dead and wounded, although the figures may be “considerably higher,” says the United Nations Office for Human Rights. Human rights.

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