Ukraine's first lady: Hope Ukraine sets example to strengthen global support for mental health & psychological well-being of war survivors
Ukraine's first lady: Hope Ukraine sets example to strengthen global support for mental health & psychological well-being of war survivors

The first lady of Ukraine – Olena Zelenska, during her address at the World Health Assembly, expressed her hope that Ukraine will set an instance for the rest of the world to strengthen global support for the mental health and psychological well-being of war survivors. She was speaking today, May 24, 2022.

She stated via virtual address, “War is a tragedy. But we must find an opportunity to do good even in the midst of the horrors of war. Let us use this period as an opportunity to integrate psychological support into all areas of our peaceful life”.

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“Ukraine and World Health Organisation (WHO) have years of fruitful relations. Ukraine is one of the world’s countries selected for the WHO Global Special Initiative on Mental Health”.

The war between Russia and Ukraine has now entered its 90th day. Millions of Ukraine nationals have left the country to save their lives. The war is getting intensified day by day.

According to a recent update, a military official stated that the Russian President – Vladimir Putin survived an assassination attempt.

Major General Kyrylo Budanov, chief of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, notified that the attempt took place in the Caucasus, just after the Russian military invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

“There was an attempt to assassinate Putin. He even also suffered attacks, it is said, by representatives of the Caucasus, not so long ago. This is non-public information. It was an absolutely unsuccessful attempt, but it really happened, and it was about two months ago”, underscores the military official.

Meanwhile, no statement has yet been officially released by either Ukraine or the Russian Federation, which will verify the claim of the military official.

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On the other hand, there are reports that the Russian President’s health is not on good terms, and he is suffering from blood cancer.