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Video of Ukrainian boy crying while crossing Ukraine border melts hearts

Video of Ukrainian boy crying while crossing Ukraine border melts hearts

Medyska (Poland): Heartbreaking scenes from Ukraine come in their thousands as Russia's blitzkrieg continues in the nation.

The latest is of a Ukrainian boy crying his heart out while crossing Ukrainian border to Poland.

The video, captured by news agency Reuters, has a wailing boy hesitantly fleeing his nation all in tears.

He was dragging his belongings in a bag across the village of Medyska sitting at the border with Poland. Most Ukrainians fleeing to Poland making their way through this village. The video made many netizens pour their hearts out, with some offering to take care of the child.

"Please tell me this baby isn't really walking by himself as people around him ignore him. Someone tell me how to find him and bring him to my home. Completely serious," tweeted a user.

"Looking at these kids, it is painful to see them suffer because I am not racist and don't care about their skin color. I just wonder how people here on Twitter had the heart to be ok and double down with kids being separated from their parents on the southern border," posted another.

The boys appears to have been unaccompanied as he was walking alone. Ukraine said 38 children died so far in attack while injuring 71.

"Since the beginning of the war, 38 children have died in Ukraine and 71 children have been injured," said Lyudmila Denisova, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights.

Hundreds of Ukrainians managed to flee from Kyiv, Mariupol, Kharkiv, and Sumy on Tuesday after Russia declared a ceasefire. According to UN High Commissioner For Refugees Filippo Grandi, the war created more than two million refugees

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