Incredible moment Ukrainian refugee, 11, is reunited with his mother

令人难以置信的时刻男孩, 11, who journeyed 600 miles ALONE across Ukraine to Slovakia with just a phone number written on his hand is reunited with his mother

  • Hassan Pisecka, 11, made the 600-mile journey from war-torn Ukraine to neighbouring Slovakia all alone
  • The brave youngster was reunited with his mother, dog and disabled grandmother earlier this week
  • He fled his home in southeastern Ukraine with just a plastic bag, 护照, and telephone number on his hand
  • Volunteers at the border then rang the number and were able to reunite Pisecka with his relatives
  • An 11-year-old boy who braved the 600-mile journey from southeastern Ukraine to the Slovakian border by himself has been reunited with his mother.

    Hassan Pisecká crossed the country with only a plastic bag, 护照, and telephone number scribbled on his hand, in a story that won the hearts of people from around the world.

    His mother Júlia Pisecká, 副手告诉调查人员,他相信盖因是谋杀他母亲的幕后黑手, remained in their hometown of Zaporizhzhia, where Russian troops struck a nuclear power plant in early March, to continue caring for her elderly and immobile mother who was unable to flee.

    On reaching the border, Hassan’s ‘smile, fearlessness and determinationwon over officials who helped him cross into Slovakia. They contacted his relatives in the country using the phone number and a note that was tied to his waist.

    He was reunited with his mother, grandmother and dog in Slovakia this week as the family wanted ‘to thank everyone from my heartfor their help getting the family, who fled the war in Syria several years ago, back together.

    Júlia said the train ride out of Ukraine ‘was very difficultbut ‘we had to escape so our family could be back togetheras she admitted ‘we have to start from scratch. We lost everything we’ve had but we’re healthy.

    Hassan Pisecká, 11, who braved the 600-mile journey from southeastern Ukraine to the Slovakian border by himself has been reunited with his mother (图为)

    Hassan Pisecká, 11, who braved the 600-mile journey from southeastern Ukraine to the Slovakian border by himself has been reunited with his mother (图为)

    He was reunited with his mother, grandmother and dog in Slovakia this week as the family wanted 'to thank everyone from my heart' for their help getting the family back together

    He was reunited with his mother, grandmother and dog in Slovakia this week as the family wanted ‘to thank everyone from my heartfor their help getting the family back together

    Júlia Pisecká hugs relatives in Slovakia as she arrives after fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine this week

    Júlia Pisecká hugs relatives in Slovakia as she arrives after fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine this week

    Júlia (图为, reuniting with her family) said the train ride out of Ukraine 'was very difficult' but 'we had to escape so our family could be back together' as she admitted 'we have to start from scratch. We lost everything we've had but we're healthy'

    Júlia (图为, reuniting with her family) said the train ride out of Ukraine ‘was very difficultbut ‘we had to escape so our family could be back togetheras she admitted ‘we have to start from scratch. We lost everything we’ve had but we’re healthy

    哈桑 (图为, 中央) was reunited with his mother, grandmother and dog in Slovakia this week as the family wanted 'to thank everyone from my heart' for their help getting the family, who fled the war in Syria several years ago, back together

    哈桑 (图为, 中央) was reunited with his mother, grandmother and dog in Slovakia this week as the family wanted ‘to thank everyone from my heartfor their help getting the family, who fled the war in Syria several years ago, back together

    On reaching the border, Hassan's 'smile, fearlessness and determination' won over officials who helped him cross into Slovakia. They contacted his family in the country using the phone number and a note that was tied to his waist

    On reaching the border, Hassan’s ‘smile, fearlessness and determinationwon over officials who helped him cross into Slovakia. They contacted his family in the country using the phone number and a note that was tied to his waist

    Hassan Pisecká crossed the country with only a plastic bag, 护照, and telephone number scribbled on his hand, in a story that won the hearts of people from around the world

    Hassan Pisecká crossed the country with only a plastic bag, 护照, and telephone number scribbled on his hand, in a story that won the hearts of people from around the world

    Hassan took a number of trains travelling west across to the Slovakian border, where he was spotted by officials who were struck by his ‘smile, fearlessness and determination, worthy of a true hero’.

    They helped him reach the other side, where relatives were phoned and came to collect him. It is unclear when Hassan’s siblings left for Slovakia.

    A post on Facebook describing Hassan’s journey said: ‘Volunteers took care of him, took him warm and provided him with food and drink, which they packed for the next trip.

    ‘Thanks to the number on his hand and a piece of paper in his waist, he managed to contact his loved ones, who came for him later, and the whole story ended well.

    Hours after the boywhose relatives in Bratislava were contactedreached safety, his mother Júlia Pisecká explained that her son was able to reach the border by train, in a video shared in a Facebook post by the Police of the Slovak Republic.

    In the clip she added: ‘I am a widow and I have more children. I want to thank the Slovak customs and volunteers who took care of my son and helped him cross the border.

    ‘I am grateful you have saved my child’s life. Next to my town is a nuclear power plant that the Russians are shooting at. I couldn’t leave my mother, she can’t move on her own. People with a big heart live in your small country.

    Hassan's story garnered global attention after it emerged he made the lengthy journey unaccompanied, with little in the way of personal possessions

    Hassan’s story garnered global attention after it emerged he made the lengthy journey unaccompanied, with little in the way of personal possessions

    Asked about the scariest part of his journey, Hassan said it was travelling in a crowded train carriage surrounded by strangers. 图为, Hassan being helped by volunteers

    Asked about the scariest part of his journey, Hassan said it was travelling in a crowded train carriage surrounded by strangers. 图为, Hassan being helped by volunteers

    Hassan was  looked after by volunteers who kept him warm and provided him with food and drink, which they packed for the onward journey to meet his relatives in Slovakia

    Hassan was looked after by volunteers who kept him warm and provided him with food and drink, which they packed for the onward journey to meet his relatives in Slovakia

    Hassan and his four older siblings in Slovakia later spoke to Good Morning Britain of their joy at being reunited. In a poignant moment, the boy said he ‘isn’t thinking about the futureand is happy to be ‘safe’.

    ‘He says the most important is to be in the place where he has family,’ his older sister said, translating Hassan’s words.

    ‘He likes this city because it’s safe. He doesn’t know about the future because he doesn’t know about the situation in Ukraine. He is not thinking about the future, he just wants to be with us.

    Asked about the scariest part of his journey, Hassan said it was travelling in a crowded train carriage surrounded by strangers.

    ‘The train was very, very full, 曾经有 300 people in one carriage,’ his sister translated.

    ‘The kids and the people were sitting in the hall and everyone was talking in foreign languages and he wasn’t understanding so that was the scariest [part of the journey] for him.

    The siblings told how they had been worried for their youngest brother as he set out on his journey, noting that before the war he hadn’t even wanted to spend a night away at summer camp because he had been too afraid.

    His sibling said: ‘I wasn’t believing it because he’s the youngest in our family and he can’t even make tea by himself so I was very, very worried when he was going to cross the border by himself. He doesn’t even visit summer camp because he can’t leave us.

    One of Hassan’s older brothers said the family are ‘very, 很高兴’ because ‘nothing happened to him, he is healthyand added jokingly: ‘And now I can tease him’.

    Strikes: Hassan is from Zaporizhzhia, where Russian forces struck a nuclear power plant, 以上

    Strikes: Hassan is from Zaporizhzhia, where Russian forces struck a nuclear power plant, 以上

    在另一篇文章中, the country’s interior minister wrote: ‘Little Hassan is only 11 岁, but in his way he has shown huge determination, courage and fearlessness that sometimes adults don’t have.

    ‘I am really very sorry for him and all the other children and their families who have to flee their country because of what is happening in Ukraine.

    Roman Mikulec added that Slovakia is ‘ready to helpthose fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

    ‘You will find security with us and if you ask for temporary protection, you will be provided with health care, 社会保障, 餐饮, 银行假日热浪, education and job opportunities,’ 他在脸书上写道.

    ‘The fact that you ask for temporary protection in Slovakia does not mean that you will not be able to travel to other EU countries.

    Russian troops had attacked the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which is the largest in Europe and creates around 20 per cent of Ukraine’s electricity, in the early hours of Friday, 游行 4.

    CCTV capturing a fierce gun battle between Putin’s men and Ukrainian defenders that sparked a fire in a six-storey training building just outside the main complex.

    Moscow’s men then stopped firefighters getting to the building for several hours.

    每日邮报, 马里乌波尔市市长瓦迪姆·博伊琴科今天将针对他所在城市的袭击描述为“对乌克兰人民的全面种族灭绝”。

    马里乌波尔市市长瓦迪姆·博伊琴科今天将针对他所在城市的袭击描述为“对乌克兰人民的全面种族灭绝”。.

    马里乌波尔市市长瓦迪姆·博伊琴科今天将针对他所在城市的袭击描述为“对乌克兰人民的全面种族灭绝”。, 我知道我很幸运能够安全并有庇护所,所以我想我会帮忙并从每次销售中拨出 5 英镑.

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