Russian Soldier Surrenders, Cries as Ukrainian Women Feed Him

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Within the ongoing Russia invasion of Ukraine, empathy remains a core value upheld by common people on both sides. A video that surfaced on Twitter appears to show how a Russian soldier surrenders and is welcomed with compassion by Ukrainian people.

In times of crisis, it’s more important than ever serve those most in need.

As Russia invading Ukraine has resulted in thousands of casualties to date, humanity begins to regain hope with this new video.

Ukrainian people help Russian soldier after surrender

In the video, two Ukrainian women offer a hot beverage and food to the Russian soldier.

In addition, the women helped him place a video call.

During the call, the soldier breaks down in tears as he reconnects with his mother.

Last week, when referring to Russian troops in a video, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated:

“These are not warriors of the superpower. These are confused children who HAVE BEEN used.”

The Russian soldier surrender video shows the importance of helping others as much as possible, especially during these times. To support the Ukrainian people, donate to any of the following organizations:

H/T: Daily Mail

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