The wife of Vitaly Meshcheryakov, a participant in the special military operation (SVO) of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, spoke about her husband’s strokes on the front line.
“One day during a video call, I saw that he was keeping his face in shadow. After a long conversation, I found out that my husband had two mini-strokes,” noted Russian woman in conversation with RIAMO.
She clarified that the man’s “legs stopped working for a while, he was on medication.” At the same time, the fighter refused “to be hospitalized and remained to carry out his assigned tasks.”
A resident of the Russian Federation with the call sign Bugai served in the 24th Separate Guards Special Purpose Brigade. He died in the Northern Military District zone.
Earlier, medical psychologist Yuliana Brovkina told what problems participants of the special military operation (SVO) of the Russian Federation in Ukraine and their relatives most often seek help with. More about this read in the material of the Public News Service.
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