Andrii Pokrasa

Despite the repressive regime in Ukraine, Andrii Pokrasa, a fifteen-year-old Ukrainian boy who became a hero recently has continued to study and live in exile.

Andrii Pokrasa is the son of a Ukrainian activist who was sent to Poland to finish his ninth grade, where he met a Russian soldier.

He wanted to return to his homeland, but the Russians sent his family packing.

In a recent interview with Reuters, the Ukrainian military said that Andrii Pokrasa was a hero who had saved the lives of thousands of civilians and helped the Ukrainian troops locate a Russian convoy.

Although his teen colleagues did not believe him, they later saw footage on television.

As a result, Andrii Pokrasa is now hailed as a hero in Ukraine.

“My mother was very scared at first,” Andrii told ABC News reporter Britt Clennett. “But now she is proud that we did well, that we are healthy and that we were able to help.

Andrii Pokrasa is a 15-year-old Ukrainian boy who has made himself a hero after he helped the Ukrainian military identify the Russian troops in an ambush.

Andrii Pokrasa did this by using his drone to track the Russian troop convoy and relay the coordinates to Ukrainian troops near Kyiv.

In the process, the Ukrainian military managed to stop the Russian invasion of the city.

In February, when the Russian army invaded Ukraine, it did so on multiple fronts, attempting to overwhelm Ukraine’s military.

However, Russia’s military decided to shift to the disputed Donbas region.

During the months-long war, Ukraine made only modest territorial gains, and the country is preparing a counter-offensive in southern Ukraine.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned against Russian provocation, while the Ukrainian people celebrate Independence Day on Wednesday.

Hundreds of thousands of people were killed and wounded during the conflict.

According to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, over 5,500 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 7,600 people were injured.

Ukraine must remain stable and rely on precision weapons to fight back.

15-year-old Andrii Pokrasa speaks with ABC News’ Britt Clennett.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has stalled because of the country’s military capabilities, but Ukraine’s military continues to receive constant supplies of weapons from the U.S.A and international forces.

National security analysts, as well as a senior British military officer, talk about the conflict in Ukraine and the possible outcome.

The Ukrainian military is also striking back against Russia’s cyber infrastructure.

Since February, more than 600 online resources in Russia have been targeted by Ukrainian hackers.

Andrii Pokrasa is just one example of a Ukrainian retaliation campaign.


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