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‘Singing Soldier of Azovstal’ belts out song as she cheers on Ukrainians against Russia – World News

Video footage showing combat medic Kateryna, dubbed the “singing soldier of Azovstal” singing at a march of Ukrainian nationalists, has gone viral on the internet

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Ukrainian soldier sings at Azovstal Iron and Steel Works

A singing soldier belted out a song to inspire Ukrainians in their war against Russia and to show that she is alive and well after rumors of her death surfaced.

The footage was shot at the Azovstal Iron and Steel Works in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol.

Fighters from the Azov Battalion, a unit of Ukraine’s National Guard, are currently entrenching themselves at the stricken Mariupol plant.

The video shows combat medic Kateryna Ptashka, dubbed the “singing soldier of Azovstal” singing at a march of Ukrainian nationalists, which was seen by anyone who knows the internet.

It reveals that after rumors of her death, she is alive and well.







Kateryna became known for singing below the Azovstal Steelworks
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The paramedic showed that she was “alive and well.”
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The National Guard of Ukraine said: “Your singing conquered all of Ukraine.

“A few days ago it was reported that Azovstal paramedic Kateryna Ptashka died as a result of a Russian bombing raid.

“But Kateryna is alive and well! Her magical singing can be heard every day.

“She rescues wounded civilians and soldiers and promises to ‘shoot in the knees’ anyone who writes about her ‘death.'”







Kateryna sings a national song in the dark under the plant
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Footage released earlier this week shows the 21-year-old Azov medic singing with fellow soldiers in a bombed-out warehouse.

Kateryna, who comes from the village of Sosnivka near Shums’k, graduated from music school and took part in various theatrical productions, having joined the theater group Suzirya.

Two years ago Kateryna moved to Kyiv and got a job in a motorcycle school.

At the same time, she developed an interest in history and became politically active, joining a human rights group and taking part in protests.

Last year she trained as a paramedic and traveled to the Donbass war zone to help the Ukrainian military.

At first she kept her role in the Donbass a secret from her parents, and finally told them when she was at the front.







The paramedic graduated from music school and previously acted in various theater productions
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Their performances boosted the morale of the Ukrainian fighters
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Today, she cheers up her colleagues in the Azov Battalion with songs to lift their spirits and continue the resistance against the Russian invaders.

The Mirror, meanwhile, reported how Ukraine’s spy chief has claimed a coup is now underway in the Kremlin to remove Vladimir Putin, who is suffering from cancer.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine appears to be far off plan for Putin, as his forces have struggled to make serious advances since it launched on February 24.







The Azovstal Iron and Steel Works behind apartment buildings damaged during the Ukraine-Russia conflict
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Stubborn resistance from Ukrainian fighters coupled with a lack of resolve by its own forces has led to a war of attrition.

The Russian president failed to announce a major breakthrough at the Victory Day celebrations in Moscow, where he also appeared frail and kept warm with a blanket.

Rumors are now circulating that Putin is seriously ill, with some claiming that he has cancer.







The destroyed facilities of the Azovstal Iron and Steel Works in Mariupul, Ukraine
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The head of Ukraine’s military intelligence service, Major General Kyrylo Budanov, said that a putin is currently underway in Russia to overthrow Putin.

He is also confident that Ukraine will defeat the Russian invasion by the end of the year and the turning point will be in August.

General Budanov is convinced that the loss for Russia will lead to Putin being removed from power.

“It will eventually lead to a leadership change in the Russian Federation. That process has already started and they are moving in that direction,” he told Sky News.

When asked if a coup had already begun, he replied: “Yes. They move that way and it’s impossible to stop him.”

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