Russia Ukraine War: In a letter to her dead mother, a nine-year-old Ukrainian girl promises to be well so that she can meet her in heaven. Gallia, a resident of Borodyanka, Ukraine, wrote this letter after her mother was killed in a Russian invasion. An image of the letter was shared on Twitter by Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
Gerashchenko captioned the tweet, “Here’s a letter from a 9 year old girl to her mother who died in #Borodyanka. “Mother! You are the best mother in the whole world. I will never forget you. Be happy in heaven. I will do my best to be a good person and go to heaven too. See you in heaven! Galia xx.”
Here’s the letter from 9-old girl to her mom who died in #Borodianka,
You’re the best mom in the whole world. I’ll never forget you. I wish you’ll get in Heaven and be happy there. I’ll do my best to be a good person and get in Heaven too. See you in Heaven!
Galia xx”. pic.twitter.com/07l7vfQxM4
— Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) April 8, 2022
According to a report in The Sun, the girl thanked her mother “for the best nine years of her life” in the letter. This letter, which went viral on social media, moistened the eyes of many users.
Let us tell you that on February 24, Russia attacked Ukraine, after which this war has continued continuously. Russian President Vladimir Putin called it a special military operation to demilitarize Ukraine. Russia was strongly criticized for this attack. The West imposed many sanctions on Russia, but this war is still going on.
Meanwhile, President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Moscow would proceed as planned with military operations in Ukraine. “Our task is to meet all the targets set and minimize losses. We will work in a rhythmic, patient manner according to the plan originally proposed by the General Staff,” Putin said during a televised press conference.
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