ヒーローボーイ, 14, 高齢者の隣人に空爆を警告しようとして殺された

男の子, 14, is hailed as a hero of Ukraine after he was killed trying to warn elderly neighbours of incoming Russian air strike

  • Viacheslav Yalyshev, 14, was killed as he ran to alert elderly neighbours of strike
  • His father Yevhen Yalyshev, a veteran of the 2014 対立, paid tribute to his son
  • Two rockets hit dormitory and demolished the roof of a nearby church in Odesa
  • A schoolboy running to alert elderly neighbours to an incoming air strike has become the latest young victim of Russian barbarism.

    On hearing sirens blare across the port city of Odesa, 14-year-old Viacheslav Yalyshev ran to tell pensioners about the imminent threat rather than head for the safety of the nearest bomb shelter as missiles closed in on Monday.

    His father Yevhen Yalyshev, a member of the Ukrainian air force and a veteran of the 2014 conflict in eastern Ukraine, paid to tribute to his son on social media for his selfless act.

    ‘You are my hero, you are the hero of ウクライナ,' 彼が書きました. Mr Yalyshev said Viacheslav had been worried that his neighbours would not have the proper apps installed on their phones that warn users of incoming strikes.

    Schoolboy Viacheslav Yalyshev, 14, 写真, was killed was he ran to alert elderly neighbours of an incoming Russian air strike after hearing sirens blare across the port city of Odesa, ウクライナ

    Schoolboy Viacheslav Yalyshev, 14, 写真, was killed was he ran to alert elderly neighbours of an incoming Russian air strike after hearing sirens blare across the port city of Odesa, ウクライナ

    The teenager was killed when two rockets hit a dormitory and demolished the roof of a nearby church, two days after Russian forces destroyed the runway at Odesa’s main airport, just two miles away.

    Odesa mayor Gennady Trukhanov called the boy’s death ‘another blow’ to the southern Ukrainian city, 言って: ‘There will never be forgiveness for those who shed the blood of innocent people, especially children.’ Russia has repeatedly denied targeting civilian areas.

    Friends of the family described Viacheslav as a bright and studious boy, who said he was still doing very well at school despite the two-month war with Russia.

    ‘He was a very good, 親切, and sympathetic boy. Very capable, sincere. I just have no words,’ said one woman, 名前を付けたくなかった人.

    ‘He studied diligently and often did his homework in his basement when there were bombings.’

    A 17-year-old girl is still wounded and in a serious condition in an Odesa hospital.

    Odesa had largely been unscathed from the brunt of the Ukraine-Russia war, but Moscow’s forces have stepped up attacks on the key port city in recent weeks.

    Three generations of the Glodan family, including a three-month-old girl, were wiped out when a Russian missile hit a local apartment block on April 23rd, the Orthodox Christian Easter weekend.

    Another young couple, newly-weds 28-year-old Lyudmila Chernetskaya and her 21-year-old husband Bogdan Kirillov who had been expecting their first child, 殺された.

    Ukraine’s government believes Russia wants to cut off its access to its entire southern coastline, crippling its ability to export abroad and choking the country’s economy.

    Elsewhere at least 10 people were killed and 15 wounded by Russian shelling of a coking plant in the city of Avdiivka in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine yesterday.

    ‘The Russians knew exactly where they were aiming. The workers had just finished their shift and were waiting at a bus stop for a bus to take them home from the factory,’ Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said.