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Incredible Moment Ukrainian Couple Get Married On Front Line

Incredible Moment Ukrainian Couple Get Married On Front Line

A wedding that took place during Russia's invasion of Ukraine was captured on video and shared on social media.

The heartwarming moment two soldiers fighting on Ukraine's frontline got married has been captured on video and shared on social media.

The clip was shared on Twitter by Ukrainian politician and mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Volodymyrovych Klitschko. It shows the moment the two soldiers tied the knot surrounded by other soldiers and photographers.

Watch the clip below:

In the tweet that accompanied the video, Vitali explained he met the couple at one of the entrances set up to protect the capital city, Kyiv, which has been the target of missile and air attacks since Russian president Vladimir Putin launched the invasion last month.

"Today I greeted the soldiers of one of the battalions of the capital's defence of the capital Lesya and Valeria," the tweet reads. "They have been living in a civil marriage for a long time, and now they have decided to get married. The ceremony took place next to one of the checkpoints." Life goes on! And we will protect the life of Kyiv, Kyivites, our state!"

People on social media loved seeing the uplifting clip as the invasion continues.

The couple got married in Kyiv. (

One Twitter user shared: "Congratulations to the newly weds! Praying for all of your safety' freedom & peace!"

Another person sent their congratulations and observed the sadness surrounding the context of the wedding. "Congratulations dear Lesya and Valeria. This is very beautiful and sad at the same time! I wish you many many happy and peaceful years together!! Please stay safe, LOVE & PEACE to you!"

While another reply said: "This is amazing. You are all such brave people and we are with you. It is sad that we can’t help more."

"Congratulations and be safe," said another Twitter user. "The world is praying for you and Ukraine."

The UN has reported that approximately 1.5 million refugees have already fled Ukraine.

Over the weekend, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a warning to Russia, stating: "We will not forgive hundreds and hundreds of victims, thousands and thousands suffering. And God will not forgive. Not today. Not tomorrow. Never. 

In other news, a shocking video of an elderly woman's arrest has gone viral, after she was caught joining an anti-war protest in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

The shocking video has gone viral online. (

The large-scale protest took place last week in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but was shut down by Russian officers.

You can read more about it here.

Featured Image Credit: Credit: Twitter/@Vitaliy_Klychko

Topics: News, Wedding