VIDEO: Ukrainian soldier moves the world by saying goodbye to his family in the midst of Russian bombardment

The moving video shocked users on social networks, who follow the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

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Once Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the military operation, members of the Ukrainian army launched their defense operations, in many cases, at the cost of their own livesas a soldier who decided to send a message to his parents, just before going to the armed struggle, foresaw.

In the video, widely shared on social media, andhe young soldier emotionally said goodbye to his parents, in the face of the intense Russian offensive.

We are under intense bombardment, it’s our turn to leave. Mom, Dad, I love you”, were the last words of the young soldier prior to undertaking the defense against the Russians.

This is not the only moving video about the intense situation in Ukraine; In two other cases, images shown on Twitter show parents firing their daughters without a return date.

According to Health Minister Viktor Lyashko, 57 Ukrainians died as a result of the Russian attack. Another 169 were wounded, however, the number of civilians and soldiers who lost their lives was not specified.

However, the Ukrainian Armed Forces gave the report of the first casualties after the military invasion ordered at dawn by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, with seven Ukrainian soldiers killed in the Odessa region and dozens of “enemies” fallen in a Luhansk town.

It should be remembered that The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, announced this Thursday that his country decided to break diplomatic relations with Russia, after the invasion of his country by Russian troops.

“Ukraine is defending itself and will not give up its freedom, whatever Moscow thinks. For Ukrainians, independence and the right to live on their own land according to their will is the highest value,” Zelensky told a news conference.

Thus, declared that the government will deliver weapons to “all citizens of Ukraine” willing to defend their countryjoining the Territorial Defense Units.

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