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Woman takes stranger’s children to security at Ukraine border


While waiting to cross the border to the Ukrainian border, Natalia Abaleva, along with her young son and daughter, met a desperate man from her hometown.

Woman takes stranger's children to security at Ukraine border

Natalia Ablyeva left her two grown-up children in Ukraine.

Beregsurny, Hungary:

Holding the mobile phone number of a woman she had never met, Natalia Ablyeva crossed the border from Ukraine to Hungary on Saturday, who was handed a valuables.

A stranger’s child.

While waiting to cross the border to the Ukrainian border, Abaleva was met by a desperate 38-year-old from her hometown of Kamianets-Podilsky, along with her young son and daughter.

The border guards did not let him go. Ukraine has banned all Ukrainian men between the ages of 18 and 60 to fight for their country.

“Their father simply handed over the two kids to me, and trusting me, gave me their passports to bring them,” said 58-year-old Abaleva. Neck.

The father said the Ukrainian mother of the children was on her way from Italy to meet them and take them to a safe place. He gave Abaleva the mother’s mobile number, and said goodbye to her children, wrapped in a thick jacket and cap against the cold.

Abaleva had left her two grown-up children in Ukraine. One policeman, the other a nurse, cannot leave Ukraine under a mobilization decree.

He grabbed the hand of the two young children and together they crossed the border.

On the Hungarian side at Beregsurny, they waited, sitting on a bench near a tent set up for the steady flow of refugees flowing across the border. The little boy was crying when his mobile phone rang.

She was his mother, she was almost at the border post.

When 33-year-old Anna Semyuk arrived, her blonde hair slicked back into a ponytail, she hugged her son and walked over to her daughter, exhausted in the back of a car and wrapped in a pink blanket.

Then he thanked Abaleva. Two women standing in the cold on the bushy ground hugged for several minutes and started crying.

“All I can tell my kids now is that everything will be all right,” said Semyuk. “In a week or two, and we’ll go home.”

(This story has not been edited by UttarPradeshLive.Com staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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