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Dominican in Ukraine thanks Venezuela for its support after the bombing of the city where he lived

Dominican in Ukraine thanks Venezuela for its support after the bombing of the city where he lived
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Davis Rodriguez and Venezuelan priest Jose Jesus Pacheco are staying at a shelter in Lviv, Ukraine. Photo: Davis Rodriguez

Thanks to the support of Davis Rodriguez, a Dominican and a Venezuelan in Ukraine, he sought refuge after the city of Bila Sergwa was bombed by the Russians.

Daily list, Half of the Dominican Republic, Counted Dominican trip in the midst of the war that Ukraine has been enjoying for more than a week.

Rodriguez was welcomed by Venezuelan priest Jose Jesus Pacheco, who took refuge in a Catholic church in Lviv, where people were able to seek refuge from Russian attacks.

“Thank God I found Venezuela to support and shelter me, to give me everything I needed during this time of distress, not just me, but those with me,” said Dominican, who has been in Ukraine for four years.

According to the international media, Liv has become the lung of the Ukrainian opposition. There, hundreds of people have fled and taken refuge in attacks in the east of the country.

On Sunday, bombings were recorded in Kiev, Kharkov, Mariupol, Kramatorsk, Chernikov, Pila Cherkhov, Uman, Vasilkov, Korostan, Svitlovodsk, Vinnitsia and Lupniv.

Foreigners and Ukrainians survive the attacks

Borderless doctors in Ukraine ‘Emergency Coordinator Laurent Likosa, staff of the organization “are desperately trying to protect themselves as severe attacks continue and food is depleted. Have been affected, “he said Review The reason From Spain.

Russia Advertising The ceasefire, which begins at 10:00 a.m. local time this Monday, will open humanitarian corridors in the six-lane city of Kiev, Mariupol, Kharkov and Sumi, four of which will end in the Russian cities of Rostov-on-Don (southbound lane). And Belgorod (east).

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The evacuation plan for Kiev also includes air travel to Russia via the Belarusian (Komal and Kten) region.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Reconciliation of Temporarily Occupied Territories Irina Vareshchuk called these ways “absurd, cynical and unacceptable.”

At the moment, 1.5 million people have fled Ukraine in the last 10 days, according to the United Nations (UN).

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