Funeral Of Iryna Tsybukh, Combat Medic Of "Hospitallers" Medical Battalion

KYIV, UKRAINE – JUNE 2: The coffin containing the body of the deceased combat medic Iryna "Cheka" Tsybukh, affiliated with the Medical Battalion "Hospitallers," is transported to the St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery for the funeral service held on June 2, 2024, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Iryna "Cheka" Tsybukh, a 25-year-old combat medic of the Medical Battalion "Hospitallers", a Ukrainian public activist, a journalist of the "Suspilne Ukraine" Public Broadcasting Company was killed on May 29, during the evacuation of wounded people on the north of Kharkiv Oblast. In November 2023, the President of Ukraine,​ awarded her with the Order of Merit of the third grade honors; in March 2024, she became a laureate of the award "Ukrainian Pravda-100. Power of Women." Iryna left a posthumous wish - in case of her death, instead of flowers at her funeral, make donations to her battalion and to the families of fallen Ukrainian soldiers. After paying last respects in Kyiv, Iryna Tsybukh will be buried in Lviv, where she was from. (Footage by Andriy Zhyhaylo/Obozrevatel/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images)
KYIV, UKRAINE – JUNE 2: The coffin containing the body of the deceased combat medic Iryna "Cheka" Tsybukh, affiliated with the Medical Battalion "Hospitallers," is transported to the St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery for the funeral service held on June 2, 2024, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Iryna "Cheka" Tsybukh, a 25-year-old combat medic of the Medical Battalion "Hospitallers", a Ukrainian public activist, a journalist of the "Suspilne Ukraine" Public Broadcasting Company was killed on May 29, during the evacuation of wounded people on the north of Kharkiv Oblast. In November 2023, the President of Ukraine,​ awarded her with the Order of Merit of the third grade honors; in March 2024, she became a laureate of the award "Ukrainian Pravda-100. Power of Women." Iryna left a posthumous wish - in case of her death, instead of flowers at her funeral, make donations to her battalion and to the families of fallen Ukrainian soldiers. After paying last respects in Kyiv, Iryna Tsybukh will be buried in Lviv, where she was from. (Footage by Andriy Zhyhaylo/Obozrevatel/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images)
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