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Ukranian mothers give birth in bomb shelters

Heartbreaking photographs of babies being welcomed into the world in bomb shelters have been shared on social media as the Ukraine situation continues. Hanna Hopko, Ukraine’s former vice president, posted a photo of a mother cuddling her newborn baby on Twitter on Friday. The youngster was received overnight in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital city, according to Hopko. “Mia was born in a shelter in a tough environment—the bombing of Kyiv—this night. Her mother is overjoyed after such a difficult delivery “Hopko penned the piece. “When Putin assassinates Ukrainians, we mobilize Russian and Belarusian moms to resist Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. We fight for life and humanity!”

Ukraine’s Minister of Health, Viktor Liashko, published images of two children born in a bomb shelter in Kherson. Liashko described the photographs as the “face of conflict” on Facebook. “Two boys were born yesterday in Kherson, under bombardment… Two new lives with War in their genetic code,” he said. Despite the fact that the infants were delivered amid “shelling and explosions,” Liashko believes the babies’ healthy births should serve as a sign of Ukrainian resilience.
“The military, security, and rescues are all the same to you… No hospitals have closed their doors; everyone is still working and giving medical services “he penned “No one was afraid, and they all fearlessly looked the adversary in the eyes. The medical system continues to function, and the ministry is doing everything feasible and impossible to ensure that hospitals have all they require.” Hospitals in Ukraine have also been working extra hours to ensure that mothers may safely deliver their newborns. As an attack purportedly occurred nearby, the Starobilsk Multidisciplinary Hospital in Luhansk Oblast published a photo of a lady welcoming a kid.
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