‘No white dresses and tuxedos’: This Ukrainian couple got married in military uniform

Since the Russian invasion began on February 24, Ukrainians have been struggling to survive. Many joined the armed forces to fight for their country.

Spreading joy and smiles in the midst of the gloomy situation, a Ukrainian couple married They wear military uniform. A video of the uniformed couple receiving applause has surfaced online. The groom is shown lifting the bride and doing the rounds with music playing in the background.

Anton Gerashchenko, an advisor to Ukraine’s Minister of Internal Affairs, shared the clip on Monday. “Ukrainian weddings these days. No white dresses and tuxedos but lots of love and happiness! He tweeted, “💙 💙 #StandWithUkraine.”

Spreading joy and smiles Amid this dismal situation, a Ukrainian couple got married. A video clip appeared on the Internet showing them wearing military uniforms and receiving applause from those who gathered there. The groom lifted the bride and made the rounds with music playing in the background.

Anton Gerashchenko, an advisor to Ukraine’s Minister of Internal Affairs, shared the clip on Monday. “Ukrainian weddings these days. No white dresses and tuxedos but lots of love and happiness! “Stand with Ukraine,” he wrote on Twitter.

Oleksandra Matveychuk, President of the Center for Civil Liberties (Ukraine), congratulated the couple. Matveychuk identified the couple as defenders Katerina and Vadim. The wedding was organized in a few hours in Poltava.

“Do you need good news from Ukraine? Let’s congratulate two amazing Ukrainian defenders Katerina and Vadim who have just married in Poltava. This wedding was organized in a few hours. I wish them happy years together!”

“Do you need good news from Ukraine? Let’s congratulate two amazing Ukrainian defenders Katerina and Vadim who have just married in Poltava. This wedding was organized in a few hours. I wish them happy years together!” Mattviichuk tweeted.

Russian forces are trying to get close to bombing the city of Kharkiv, the second largest city in Ukraine, and the situation is very bleak there. Reuters quoted the Russian Defense Ministry as saying that its Iskander missiles hit the Kharkiv tank repair station. On Sunday, the NATO leader said the war in Ukraine could last for years.

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