“He simply inspired me to continue to fight,” said Yulia Paievska, a civilian paramedic, the founder, and the leader of Taira’s Angels, a volunteer medical evacuation unit. She has rescued more than 500 lives of Ukrainian military personnel, since the beginning of the Russian invasion in 2014.
Taira was kidnapped by Russian soldiers on March 16. Three months later, on June 17, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced her release from captivity.
Ukrainians will be able to use the application & electronic documents, and other data to receive services abroad
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted the decision to let Ukrainians use “Diia” application abroad. “Diia” application…
Lastochkyne is only 1 kilometer from the now Russian-controlled Avdiivka coke plant, making the village a perfect target for Russian troops in the city and plant heights.
Representatives of Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania commemorated in Kyiv the 160th anniversary of the January Uprising against the Russian Empire
The January Uprising that began on 22 January 1863 was the insurrection against the Russian empire aimed at…
In the Kerch Strait, a Russian tanker carrying chemicals reportedly damaged in an attack by Ukrainian maritime drones