The Ministry of Internal Affairs honored 8 brave children who suffered from Russian aggression

Photo - Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
Photo - Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Ukraine news 13 Jun 2023 at 12:00

Eight brave, courageous, and genuine young patriots of Ukraine were honored at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine as part of the "Children-Heroes" campaign. Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Katerina Pavlichenko congratulated each laureate of the campaign, awarding them valuable gifts.

The charitable campaign "Children-Heroes" took place for the second time in Ukraine. Its goal is to recognize and pay tribute to child-heroes who have shown bravery and courage in dangerous situations. The children honored in this campaign were victims of Russian aggression but continue to support Ukraine and contribute to its victory.

One of the recipients, Alexandra Pascal from Chornomorsk, lost her leg during a rocket attack in Odesa. After a coma and extensive rehabilitation, Sasha returned to her favorite gymnastics training. She now performs with a prosthetic leg but still dreams passionately of Olympic gold.

Talented Solomiya Reut captivates the people of Dnipro with her playing of the sopilka (a traditional Ukrainian musical instrument) and raises funds to support the army. Thanks to her efforts, several fundraisers have been successful. Solomiya's goal is not only to help the Ukrainian Armed Forces, where her father is currently serving, but also to popularize sopilka playing.

All eight participants received memorable gifts, including those from the Council of Europe and the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria in Ukraine. The most important gift for the children was certificates for a language camp vacation in the Carpathian Mountains, where they will not only relax in nature but also study English. These gift certificates were provided by representatives from Study.ua.


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