the ukrainian deputy Kira Rudyk He told through his social networks that he decided to learn to use a machine gun, with the aim of joining the ranks of his country, before the advance of the Russian troops.
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The 36-year-old woman posted her photo on Instagram holding a Kalashnikov submachine gun, and urged other Ukrainian citizens to join the fight to stop “the Russians from taking over the country”.
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“Now everything I love needs to be protected. Because it turns out that each of us must take up arms and do his duty. Not because there are no men around, but because we can. And we will,” said the deputy.
In line with what was expressed by the president Volodymyr ZelenskyRudik warned that it is key to join the Ukrainian troops to resist the Russian invasion.
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“We are not going anywhere. We stay here. We will fight to the end because this is our city and this is our country,” he added, as some 100,000 people leave that nation after Russian bombing.
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On the other hand, on his Instagram account, Radik anticipated the end of the war and brought peace of mind to millions of Ukrainians: “In a week or a maximum of two this will be over and I plan to plant tulips, daffodils and crocuses,” he said, according to the TN site.