Ukraine child’s heartbreaking reaction as soldier mother returns

Ukraine child’s heartbreaking reaction as soldier mother returns

Ukraine: Solider approaches the child and the two give a warm hug.

Pictures and videos of soldiers returning home day after day in war and conflict-torn areas are always special. Adding to the list of such heartwarming scenes, Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, shared a video of a soldier returning home amid Russian aggression and a warm welcome from a child. is doing, possibly his son.

The video begins with the constable getting out of a car outside the house when a child is waiting near the gate. The little ones cover their faces in their hands, apparently so happy to have their mom back that they don’t know how to react at that special moment. The soldier takes the child in his arms. Their pet, equally excited, is seen jumping around them.

Sharing the video, Mr. Gerashchenko said, “This is what we are fighting for.”

Responding to the video, a user said, “This short video filled my heart with joy!”

Another person said, “I think how my 6 year old gets worried when I don’t have a wife and it breaks my heart that these kids in Ukraine have to deal with it.”

“Oh. I hope the dog got their hugs too,” read one comment.

Sharing one such experience, one person said, “It’s touching – but also a hard lump in the throat. When my husband came home from deployment after missing 9 months of the life of Little Quidamity Quokkas, he told them She did not give the love that he had given to the local postman. She did not know him. Those sacrifices are reflected here.”

Earlier, Mr. Gerashchenko shared another video of a Ukrainian soldier returning to his family. The soldier was seen greeting his family with flowers, tears and smiles.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine began in February this year and thousands of Ukrainians were displaced, even as the country continues a valiant fight.

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