A Daughter’s Crying Letter To The Mom Who Died In Ukraine War.

The heartfelt letter exposes Russia’s heinous acts of aggression on Ukrainian soil.

This narrative contains graphic details of death and battle that some readers may find upsetting.

Amid Russia’s relentless attacks on Ukraine, a war-torn government official released a heartbreaking statement penned by a young 9-year-old girl who unfortunately lost her mother. Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser and former deputy minister of Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs, shared a photo of a day planner on which a young girl scribbled a letter to her late mother. The latter died in Borodyanka, where one of the biggest destructions occurred.

Dated and signed, “Mom, this letter is your present,” Galia wrote in a translated letter dated March 8. You are incorrect if you believe you nourished me for no cause. Thank you for being a part of my life for the past nine years. Thank you so much for being a part of my youth. You are the best mother on the face of the planet! I’ll never forget who you are! In paradise, I wish you happiness. I hope you find your way to the hereafter. We’ll meet in the future. To get to heaven, I’ll attempt to be good. I’m going to kiss you.”

Although it is unclear how the sorrowful letter came into officials’ hands, it provides an intimate peek into Ukraine’s dismal state and the devastating toll that Russian aggression has taken on its population. According to The Guardian, officials in Borodyanka have estimated 5,000 deaths, continuing to grow.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy described the destruction of Borodianka as “far worse” than Bucha last week. “The clearing of the rubble in Borodianka has started… It’s a whole lot worse over there. He wrote in a text message that the Russian occupants had claimed another more victims, “he wrote in a text message.

The scenario is alarming. According to PEOPLE, Ukrainian forces discovered numerous graves and dead bodies rotting on the streets. During a televised speech, Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov stated that about 400 people had died.

Illia Ponomarenko, a reporter for the Kyiv Independent, posted photos of the aftermath in Borodyanka on Twitter, exposing the horrific scene. “In some parts of town, one may film sequences for movies about the Hiroshima blast,” stated the description of his post. Meanwhile, search and rescue personnel were seen crawling through the rubble of a collapsed building, where hundreds are believed to be buried, in a video.

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