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    • 18 June 2022
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    Awards find their heroes. Regretfully, not all

    The state machinery works slowly but does work. After the Kyiv Campaign was over, I petitioned the President for awarding volunteers of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital who participated in the defense of Kyiv and Zhytomyr. Exactly two months later, the awards found their heroes. Regretfully, not all of them… The decree “forgot” about […]

    • 17 June 2022
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    “Absolutely nothing is safe in Donbas region” – Sky News

    The wave of media reports on medics at war, the First Pirogov Volunteer Mobile Hospital in particular, yesterday picked up Sky News with a story and videos. The reports feature PFVMH medic “Scythian” and bodyguard Van Damme. Ambulances are protected under international law but Van Damme says nothing is safe in the Donbas. “No, absolutely […]

    • 16 June 2022
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    California dreamin’: Jennifer might return someday to live in Ukraine

    One more report by journalist Dmytro Tuzov about the work of PFVMH at the front is dedicated to Jennifer, an emergency nurse from California who was deployed twice in Afghanistan. In May 2022, Jennifer worked as part of a PFVMH ambulance crew. “When I was younger and was studying history, I read about the Nazis,” […]

    • 15 June 2022
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    How medics save lives at the front line

    According to the Ukrainian president, half a thousand Ukrainian servicemen are wounded every day on the front. Journalists of Hromadske visited hospitals in Donbas, the hottest section of the front line. They spoke with doctors of base hospitals, military surgeons, commanders and privates of medical companies, volunteer doctors, and wounded soldiers. They often sew up […]

    • 14 June 2022
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    Volunteer doctors risk their lives on Ukraine’s front line – CBC News: The National

    Canada’s CBC News: The National aired a short report on how volunteer medics save the lives and health of the wounded at the frontline of the war with Russia. The Canadian journalists included in the video episodes from one of the evacuations carried out by PFVMH and a blitz interview with “Scythian,” one of its […]

    • 13 June 2022
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    Doctors at war

    One part of the Suspilne Novyny project on doctors at war is dedicated to civilian medics stationed close to the frontline who save the lives of both soldiers and civilians, who are under incessant shelling in the active combat area. The story also features four PFVMH medics who tell about themselves and their work in […]

    • 11 June 2022
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    Ihor “Banzai” Shapar: “Putin won’t be able to restore the Soviet Union, because we have already felt the spirit of freedom”

    In his peaceful life, Ihor Shapar with nom de guerre “Banzai” is an IT specialist. He has two daughters. After the full-scale Russian invasion, he began working at a volunteer center. “When it all started, I wanted to do something useful for the country,” he said in an interview with journalist Dmytro Tuzov. But he […]

    • 11 June 2022
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    PFVMH in eastern Ukraine: morning, evening

    What is a political nation? It’s when people go east, say, to Bakhmut, to save other people’s lives during Russian shelling and air raids. And they live in several places at once: in the ambulance, in the operating room, and in the “bomb shelter” – a basement to which those fallen a brought from time […]

    • 07 June 2022
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    “I returned to claim my right to be a Ukrainian in my God-given land” – Dmytro “German” Rusnak

    Anesthesiologist Dmytro Rusnak is now in the hottest place on our planet – eastern Ukraine – as part of the Pirogov First Voluntary Mobile Hospital. Until recently, he worked in a quiet and gorged Germany (hence his nom de guerre – “German”). But as soon as the full-scale war against Russian orcs broke out, he […]

    • 05 June 2022
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    Farewell to Pinchuk (a call to Ukrainian non-oligarchic business)

    In recent 20 to 25 years the Ukrainian matrix has been determined by several oligarchic families. Parliaments, prime ministers, and presidents changed one another. Only the real owners of Ukraine remained unchanged. And after all, just they are responsible for the fact that the Soviet republic with the greatest per capita defense and economic potential […]

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