In the midst of the Russian attacks, Ukrainian violinist plays "haunting powerful" music in the bomb sheltertext_fields
A violinist playing in a bomb shelter during the wartime shelling of Ukrainians by the Russians has emerged as a powerful video from the war-torn country.
Social media users expressed their emotions about the video, stating that the girl is playing "Nich Yaka Misyachna (what a moonlit night)" in Ukrainian.
The video below is yet another example of Ukrainians overcoming their fear of bombing and living their lives.
A few days ago, a girl was filmed holding a flute as she listened to the Ukrainian national anthem in a bomb shelter during the shelling of Lysychansk.
The video has been viewed 1.3 million times on Twitter and has been referred to as "hauntingly powerful" by users of social media.
One user from Ukraine praised the young violinist's efforts says, "Our talented people will never be broken!"
According to France's President Emmanuel Macron, the situation in Ukraine keeps deteriorating, and France will continue to implement sanctions against Russia.
"The situation is worsening each day. People die, fatigue settles in... We have not managed to obtain a ceasefire," LCI television reported Macron's comments.
A top EU diplomat has warned that up to five million Ukrainians may flee their country if bombardment continues, which is now in its 13th day.