This story can be called the “Ukrainian Dunkirk”, but it happened in the Kyiv region, near the village of Strakholissia, which has a specific location: on the one hand, forests and thickets, on the other – the Dnipro riverbed.
The village’s inhabitants were cut off from society, food supplies ran out, and the Russian army attacked and shelled from the other side.
Someone had to make a flight for food and start evacuating people…
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