Its been 14 days since Russia started war on Ukraine. The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has made lakhs of Ukrainian people leave their country and migrate to other neighboring countries to save their lives. We have seen of plenty of devastating pictures and videos on social media how horrific the situation is across the country. Amidst numerous devastating pictures and videos on social media, a recent viral video from the war-torn country is winning the hearts on the Internet.
Soldiers Married On Battlefield: The story of a Ukrainian couple getting married on the frontlines defending their country, donned in military uniform and serenaded by soldiers, is winning the internet. Few ukrainian soldiers present can be heard singing some local songs, while few soldiers splaying Ukraine’s traditional musical instruments, while holding champagne flute glasses in their hands.
Videos which are going viral on social media platforms shows Lesya and Valeriy – This unique nuptial celebration reportedly took place near Ukraine’s capital city Kyiv.
The newly married couple has been identified as Lesya and Valeriy. They are serving in the ukraine territorial defense force. In the viral video circulating on social media, the bride Lesya can be seen wearing a white wedding veil, while holding a bouquet of flowers with one hand, and holding the Valeriy groom’s hand with the other.
Have a look at the video here:
Volunteers from one of the 112th Battalions of the Kyiv Special Troop Brigade got married.
Lesya and Valeriy have been together for twenty years and have an 18-year-old daughter, but they still haven’t had time to get married. #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/R9ms9WhpUT
— Ukraine Update 🇺🇦 (@Ukrain_War) March 6, 2022
Russia’s invasion was launched 2 weeks ago, which now has intensified, with capital Ukraine’s Kyiv, and other cities like Kharkiv, Mariupol and Sumy facing heaving bombing. Russia has again announced the opening of humanitarian corridors in several Ukrainian cities at the personal request of French President Emmanuel Macron.
1.5 million ukrainion people have now migrated to other countries said united nations and also termed it as the fastet growing refugee crisis since World War 2.