Kyiv The Ukrainian army, which has been fighting with Russia for 7 months, saved the life of a parrot. Nexta, Eastern Europe’s largest news outlet, shared a photo from its official Twitter account, in which a Ukrainian soldier is seen petting a parrot sitting on his hand. According to the information given in the caption of this photo, “Ukrainian soldiers from the Northern Operational Command rescued a parrot. The bird was found while cleaning the house in which the invaders (Russian soldiers) lived until a few days ago. The Ukrainian soldiers could not leave the bird to its fate and took it with them to the unit.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has promised his country that there will be no reduction in retaliation to reclaim cities captured by Russian troops. In his address to the nation, he said that some of you may feel that after so many victories, we are at peace. But it is not a silence. We are preparing our next strategy and will continue to liberate all of Ukraine. Ukraine’s military command said on Saturday that its forces had secured the eastern bank of the Oskil River.
#Ukrainian soldiers from the Northern Operational Command rescued a parrot.
The bird was found during a sweep of the house where the invaders lived.
They couldn’t leave the bird to its fate and took it to the unit.
– NEXT (@nexta_tv) September 19, 2022
At the same time, the British Ministry of Defense issued a warning that Moscow’s attacks on civilian targets could intensify even as Russia bombarded towns and villages in Ukraine. Because he faces defeat on the battlefield. The ministry said in an online briefing that over the past 7 days Russia has targeted civilian infrastructure on a very large scale. Four doctors were killed in a Russian attack on Saturday as they evacuated a psychiatric hospital in the region, according to Kharkiv Governor Oleh Sinihubov.
Two patients were injured in the Strelcha attack. Regional Governor Vitaly Kim said Russian shelling overnight also targeted a hospital in Mykolaiv, a major Black Sea port. Meanwhile, Governor Pavlo Kirilenko said five people died in Russian attacks in the Donetsk region. The Vatican press service said on Sunday that a senior Vatican envoy and his team were attacked near the town of Zaporizhzhya while delivering humanitarian aid to Ukraine. However, no casualties were reported in this case.
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FIRST POST: September 19, 2022, 2:40 p.m. HST