He said that he supports Ukraine.
Paramedic Yulia Paevska (call sign – “Tyra”) talked on the phone with Prince Harry.
He writes about it Daily Mail.
As you know, she participates in the “Invincible Games” as part of the Ukrainian delegation, and Prince Harry is the initiator of these competitions.
The Duke of Sussex called her a week after she was released from Russian captivity. She said he spoke “strongly and sincerely” about the war.
“He simply inspired me to continue the fight. He said that he supports Ukraine and all of us,” said the paramedic.
According to Tyra, while she was held captive by the Russian occupiers, her 19-year-old daughter competed in archery instead. The girl won a bronze medal and told about her mother’s fate to the council of the “Invincible Games”.
“I am very grateful to Prince Harry, because it was after the Invincible Games that the Russians stopped interrogating and torturing me. I think the spread of information around the world influenced their decision to exchange me,” Tyra said.
As UNIAN reported, paramedic Yuliya Paevska was captured approximately in mid-March. On June 17, President Volodymyr Zelenskyi announced that it was successful release from captivity.
According to her, Ukrainians in Russian captivity do not have any rights.
“They don’t give us any information, we don’t have any information about the family, medical care is not available. The conditions of detention are reminiscent of a concentration camp, and I wouldn’t be very surprised to find myself in a gas wagon one day,” said “Tyra”.
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