- Two members of Ukrainian Territorial Protection Forces obtained married in an out of doors ceremony inspite of the invasion by Russian forces
- Lesia Ivashchenko and Valerii Fylymonov exchanged marriage vows on Sunday, March 6, at a checkpoint in Kyiv
- The couple have been surrounded by a bunch of fellow troopers who joined in a refrain to serenade them, whereas two others performed devices
Amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, two members of the nation’s 112 brigade of the territorial protection determined to take their relationship a step additional.
A report by ABC News signifies that Lesia Ivashchenko and Valerii Fylymonov, each members of the Ukrainian Protection Forces, exchanged marriage vows at a checkpoint in Kyiv.
The volunteer army forces obtained married in an out of doors ceremony wearing camouflage and carrying helmets on Sunday, March 6.
The bride, Lesya carrying a helmet over her white wedding ceremony veil was noticed carrying a bouquet of roses. When she and the groom sealed the nuptials with a kiss, she swapped the helmet for a veil, Daily Mail added.
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Paul Ronzheimer, a German reporter shared a video of the marriage the place a bunch of fellow troopers serenenaded the couple.
A put up on Twitter shared by Kyivpost, confirmed that the 2 fighters have been joined by the army chaplain within the subject circumstances of the Ukraine-RussiaWar.
Tormer World Boxing Group’s heavyweight champion turned politician, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, stated he was capable of greet the newlywed.
Klitschko shared a video of the loved-up pair who in keeping with him had been dwelling in a civil marriage for a very long time.
be part of Ukraine’s military to assist combat towards Russia’s invasion, embassy explains to Nigerians
Legit.ng beforehand reported that the Embassy of Ukraine in Nigeria stated Nigerians who’re prepared to journey to Ukraine to assist the nation combat the Russian forces should present $1,000 each (about N418,000) for their tickets and visas.
The Embassy acknowledged this when some Nigerians converged on its premises in Abuja on Thursday, March 3, to precise their readiness to hitch Ukraine to combat towards Russia’s invasion.
Bohdan Soltys, the Second Secretary on the Ukrainian Embassy in Nigeria, reportedly confirmed that $1,000 can be wanted by every Nigerian volunteer.