VIDEO: Injured girl sings Ukraine’s national anthem while getting bandaged

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A videograb shows the girl singing Ukraine’s national anthem while being treated at a hospital.

Gulf Today Report

A little girl singing the Ukrainian national anthem while a medic treats her badly injured foot has gone viral on all social media platforms.

The heart touching video highlights the strong will of the young girl.

The video was shared by adviser to the Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs, Anton Gerashchenko on Twitter with the caption: “Unbreakable… A little girl sings the Ukrainian anthem while she is getting her bandages.”

The viral video shows the little girl singing a catchy rendition of “Shche ne vmerla Ukrayina,” which translates to “Ukraine is not dead yet…”

It is not known how the girl was injured and what kind of wound is being treated.

As nurses bandage her foot on a hospital bed, she can be seen smiling as she sings along with them.

The post has received over 163,000 views and over 12,000 likes on Twitter.

Social media users praised the courageous girl. 

A user wrote, “Putin defeated by a little girl…”

COCA wrote on Twitter, “Putin doesn’t stand a chance…” 

Dianne said, “Bravery is instilled in Ukrainians at such a young age.”

Christine Shapka wrote, “Oh, my heart. God bless this child  The Ukrainian spirit will never be broken!” 

Tisi said, “Beautiful child, beautiful voice, bless her little heart, sending her heart warming hugs and wishing her a speedy recovery…”

A user with the name “Seasiderlinda” said, “You Ukrainian people are a credit to the true spirit of humanity, bless each and everyone of you and pray for peace and justice for you all by sending love from the UK.”

It has been more than four months since Russia invaded Ukraine and the war is still going on.

President Joe Biden said on Thursday the United States would provide another $800 million in weapons and military aid to Ukraine, hailing the courage of Ukrainians since Russia invaded in February.

Russian forces have withdrawn from Snake Island in the Black Sea in a move Ukraine hailed as a victory. Russia said it showed Moscow was not obstructing UN efforts to open a humanitarian corridor allowing grains to be shipped from Ukraine.

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