President Zelensky takes hospital selfie with injured Ukrainian serviceman in Odesa

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “President Zelensky takes hospital selfie with injured Ukrainian serviceman in Odesa” – below is their description.

During his visit to Odesa, President Zelensky stopped off at a hospital in the area. He spoke with servicemen and took selfies with the injured.

In other Russia-Ukraine war news:

Russian forces are “effectively crippled” as Vladimir Putin insists on a “meat grinder” war strategy, Ben Wallace has said.

The Defence Secretary made the comments after US analysts estimated that more than 75,000 Russian soldiers had been killed or injured in the war in Ukraine – the equivalent to almost the entire British Army.

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