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A brave couple of Ukrainian soldiers marry at the front in Kyiv

A brave couple of Ukrainian soldiers exchanged vows at the front in Kyiv when Vitali Klitschko was pictured kissing the bride for good luck.

Territorial defense fighters Valeri and Lesya, who have reportedly been together for over 20 years, decided to hold an impromptu wedding at a city checkpoint on the 11th day of fighting.

The couple tied the knot at the front line

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The couple tied the knot at the front lineCredit: EPA
Klitschko was filmed kissing the bride

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Klitschko was filmed kissing the bride
The bride has exchanged her helmet for a veil

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The bride has exchanged her helmet for a veilPhoto credit: AFP
The improv wedding took place near Kyiv today

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The improv wedding took place near Kyiv todayPhoto credit: Reuters

The newlyweds were also greeted by the mayor Vitali Klitschko, who visited the area today and congratulated the couple.

Sharing the heartwarming video on Twitter, Klitschko said: “Today I greeted the soldiers of one of the battalions of the capital’s defense Lesya and Valeri.

“They have lived in a civil marriage for a long time, and now they have decided to get married.

“The ceremony took place next to one of the checkpoints. Life goes on!

“And we will protect the life of Kyiv, the Kievans, our state!”

The happy couple can be seen sipping champagne surrounded by their mates.

Lesya has temporarily swapped her helmet for a veil and is holding a bouquet of flowers.

The mayor of Kyiv is seen hugging Lesya and giving her flowers before kissing her on the cheek for good luck.

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His post received hundreds of comments, most of which wished the newlyweds a happy life.

Vitali went to the front this morning alongside his ex-heavyweight boxing world champion brother Wladimir They are “ready to die for Ukraine”.

The two brothers were visiting a military checkpoint on the outskirts of the capital ahead of a Russian siege after a 40-mile convoy was sighted en route to Kyiv this week.

The 50-year-old has took up arms alongside his younger brother and will only leave its capital victorious or dead.

“I’m very proud to see how patriotic people are,” he told CNN.

“We don’t care how strong the Russian army is, we are ready to fight.

“And we are willing to die for our homeland and our families because it is our home.

“It’s our future and someone wants to come to our house and steal our future.”

It comes as:

It comes as Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy said Russian forces are preparing to bomb the city Odesa.

He said in a televised speech: “Russians always came to Odessa. You only ever felt warmth in Odessa.

“Only sincerity. And what’s next? Bombs against Odessa? Artillery against Odessa? Missiles against Odessa?

“It will be a war crime. It will be a historic crime.”

Horror photos showed civilians running for their lives as they tried to flee Irpin near Kyiv Russia breaks the ceasefire for the second time.

At least eight people were killed in the attack, as shocking photos show bodies spread out on the side of the road.

Russian bombing raids on Kyiv and surrounding cities increase after failing to capture the capital Last week’s shock invasion.

Vitali was later pictured standing in front of a sign that read "Iron Kyiv"

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Vitali was later pictured in front of a sign that read “Iron Kyiv.”
Civilians were seen running for their lives

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Civilians were seen running for their lives

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Bobby Allyn

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