The animals are "extremely traumatised" and under-nourished, having not been fed for between one to two weeks, Robert Kruijff, the director of the Stiching Leeuw association that rescued them told AFP.
"I am very, very worried for Ukraine. First and foremost, this may lead to a long-term conflict that will completely destroy the health system," Lucica Ditiu, a Romanian physician and the Executive Director of the Stop TB Partnership in Geneva, was quoted as saying.
Limanowski is the first school in town to have launched such a programme, but others are due to follow soon. Wyrozembski stressed that it was his teachers who took the lead on the initiative once refugees began flooding Poland.
"I have a completely fine attitude towards Russians as a people — just like towards the French, the Germans or the Chinese," Zhaglo says. But if the invasion does come, she is ready to take up her gun. "I'm not looking to kill people, I'm just going to defend my home," she says.
Model Victoria Bonya, who has 9.3 million followers on Instagram, reportedly started the trend “Bye Bye Chanel.”
A 50-year-old Ukrainian woman has found a new purpose in life: Rescuing wild animals and pets from the front lines of the war in Ukraine.
Zelensky made the award at a news conference in Kyiv with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Lviv has been under attack from Vladimir Putin’s army in recent weeks. Earlier this month, a Russian missile attack on the western city left at least seven people dead.
Dr Thani Bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade, and Yulia Svyrydenko, First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy of Ukraine, on Monday
However, it is also being speculated that his decision might have been prompted by the Euro heartbreak. He had led the team in the group stage games but could not play in the round of 16 match against Netherlands due to an injury, which forced him out.