Ptashka's fellow paramedic who saved her life returns from Russian captivity
Ukrainian paramedic Mykhailo Rotar has returned home from Russian captivity
Kateryna Polishchuk, call sign Ptashka, informed on his return from captivity on Facebook, Espreso reports.
According to the paramedic, Mykhailo Rotar saved her life more than once.
"I'm happy, my close brothers in arms are finally home! Thank you for saving my life more than once or twice. Thanks to you, I am here and alive. Thank you for everything. Especially for the tea with sugar and pancakes when there was nothing left in hell," Ptashka writes.
In addition, another fellow soldier returned from captivity. Kateryna Polishchuk recalls.
"My friend, we have gone through so many things together. Head to head in a dugout, one tea for two, one best friend... you are home."
A painting signed by paramedic Ptashka from the Azovstal plant will be sold at a charity auction.