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Paramedic Yulia Payevska (Taira) thanked Pope for empathy and support

01 February, 12:18

Taira expressed her gratitude to the Pope for helping Ukraine, sincerity, and empathy during an audience.

She shared this experience on her Facebook page, mentioning that the conversation primarily focused on the fate of Ukrainian prisoners, civilian hostages in temporarily occupied territories by Russia, and children illegally taken by the enemy from Ukrainian land to the occupant's territory, as well as the conditions of detention for Ukrainian prisoners and civilians.

Yulia Payevska thanked the Pope for his assistance to Ukraine, expressing immense gratitude for his accurate assessment of the situation, support for Ukraine, sincerity, and empathy.

"I am infinitely grateful to His Holiness for the absolutely adequate assessment of the situation, for the assistance to Ukraine, for sincerity and empathy. At the same time, I thanked him for his recent address to ambassadors accredited to the Holy See, where the Pope listed the problems that have a devastating impact on humanity, particularly accusing Russia of conducting a full-scale war against Ukraine. I am impressed by the magnitude of His Holiness's personality. Hats off! And we remember that delicate matters for successful resolution require silence," said the volunteer.

Yulia Payevska (Taira), a paramedic, had been in Russian captivity during the siege of Mariupol on March 16, 2022, and was released three months later on June 17, 2022.

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