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Ukrainian medic smuggles harrowing bodycam footage from Mariupol to TAMPON – World News

Yuliia Paievska, 53, captured footage of her team’s desperate efforts to save Ukrainian and Russian soldiers in their humanitarian struggle – with one Russian soldier apparently confused asking her why she was offering him treatment

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Captured medic’s bodycam captures horror of Mariupol

A Ukrainian medic smuggled harrowing bodycam footage from the besieged city of Mariupol into a tampon.

Yuliia Paievska, 53, captured footage of her team’s desperate efforts to save Ukrainian and Russian soldiers in their humanitarian struggle.

The brave paramedic used a tampon to smuggle a data card out of the camera she was given for a 2021 Netflix documentary about the Invictus games she was set to compete in.

Footage shows the bodies of injured combatants being dragged onto makeshift operating tables while garments are cut from them.

Others are bound in bandages with bloodied heads.







Yuliia Paievska, 53, captured footage of her team’s desperate efforts to save both Ukrainian and Russian soldiers in their humanitarian struggle
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At one point in the footage, Yuliia can be seen treating an injured Russian soldier, who seems surprised at her kindness.

She instructs her colleagues to wrap an injured Russian soldier in a blanket.

In a conversation with a colleague, she says: “Cover him up because he’s shaking,” she says in the clip.

Then Yuliia is heard shouting “Sunshine” from an injured Russian – a common nickname for the many soldiers she has tended to.

Seemingly confused, he asks, “You take care of me?” before she replies, “We treat everyone equally.”







Yuliia took pictures of her medical work on site in Mariupol
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Ukraine Invictus team)







The data card containing the footage was reportedly smuggled past 15 Russian checkpoints after it was handed over to journalists on March 15
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Ukraine Invictus team)

The data card containing the footage was reportedly smuggled past 15 Russian checkpoints after it was handed over to journalists on March 15.

The following day, Yuliia and her driver were reportedly captured by Russian soldiers the next day and are believed to be held as prisoners.

Russia has claimed Yuliia works for the nationalist Azov Battalion – a volunteer paramilitary militia fighting against Russian forces in the Donbass war.

It comes as Vladimir Putin has been accused of interfering in day-to-day decisions on the battlefield, leading to Russia’s failure in the Ukraine war, sources say.







Yuliia hid the data card in a tampon to have it smuggled through checkpoints
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Ukraine Invictus team)

The tyrant has made tactical decisions normally reserved for officers who oversee just 700 troops – rather than a national force of over 150,000 troops.

Putin and his wartime tactical buddy, General Valery Gerasimov, are micromanaging combat decisions — inappropriate for men of their position, a military source said.

The source said: “We believe that Putin and Gerasimov are involved in tactical decisions at a level that we would normally expect to be handled by a colonel or brigadier.”

The source compared the situation to Amazon businessman Jeff Bezos “not delivering your packages” but “making strategic decisions.”

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