Women had to leave occupied cities—such as Bucha and Gostomel, risking their lives under fire—with children and the Official Heartland 16 Years 2007 2023 Signatures Shirt moreover I will buy this elderly, often on foot, often without men, because men would not be released by the occupiers. The world saw this in early March as people crossed an exploded bridge from the city of Irpin. And now as these cities are de-occupied, we know more about what Ukrainian women have faced complete insecurity, the threat of violence. An international investigation must have a say here. And how many women remain in the still-occupied cities of Kherson, Melitopol, Berdyansk They can’t even tell their relatives what is happening to them, because there is no connection, or any contact they make would be traced. There are tens of thousands of women with children in the ruins of Mariupol. And one can only imagine what a nightmare they are going through, searching for food under fire for a month now, because humanitarian aid is not allowed in.
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Some four million women and children have migrated and are now in other countries. And being a migrant is hard both mentally and physically. Because you must start all over again. What is it like to live when you can’t even wear your personal clothes How to explain to a child why she is not sleeping in her bed This is a test you would not wish on anyone. I can tell dozens of such stories. For example, after the Official Heartland 16 Years 2007 2023 Signatures Shirt moreover I will buy this de-occupation of the Kyiv region, we heard the story of a doctor, Iryna Yazova, who had remained in Bucha. She rescued neighbors and strangers, who were seeking shelter and treatment from Russian gunshot wounds. She anesthetized and bandaged them. She even helped to deliver a baby—without light, water, and gas, in a house under fire. The story of her daily acts of bravery have now been told by neighbors who owe her their lives. There is also the story of a mother in Kyiv—Olga, who covered her -month-old daughter when a rocket hit her apartment building. Or the story of the Chernihiv orphanage teacher, Natalia, who lived with children one of whom was her own in a basement. She fed and cared for them, and then found a vehicle and, under fire because Chernihiv has been under fire from the very beginning, took them to a safe place.