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"My dog does not understand the language of the enemy": Da Vinci chosen one puts a Russian-speaking child in their place, shocking their parents

Da Vinci's beloved gets very annoyed when she hears Russian-speaking children

Alina Mykhailova, a paramedic and the beloved of Dmytro "Da Vinci" Kotsiubailo, a soldier killed near Bakhmut, told us how she tries to deal with Russian-speaking people. She is incredibly annoyed by children who speak the language of the enemy because they are the future of Ukraine, the military is dying for them, and they continue to subconsciously support Russia.

Alina Mykhailova explained in an interview with TSN that she abstracts herself from Russian and lets it pass her ears, but she still does not tolerate children speaking this language. She recalled a situation in her life when she embarrassed a child, and even more so her parents, by asking them to switch to Ukrainian.

"I had a situation when we were walking with Hugo [a dog given to Alina by her lover - Ed:]. A child asked me if they can pet it. I asked to say it in Ukrainian because the dog does not understand the language of the enemy." And the parents were completely spaced out... I thought, "Go ahead, say something". And the child switches to Ukrainian," the woman recalled.

Mykhailova said that the Russian accent annoys her, and when children speak this language, it is much more unpleasant.

"Russian-speaking children really trigger me now. I don't know why. It's really hard for me. When mom and dad are Russian-speaking and their child is Russian-speaking. And the children have such a terrible Russian accent. And it just... For me, Russian-speaking children who are Ukrainians, who live in Dnipro, in Kyiv, are a big trigger..." the paramedic explained.

''My dog does not understand the language of the enemy'': Da Vinci chosen one puts a Russian-speaking child in their place, shocking their parents

Alina Mykhailova seems to be afraid for the future of Ukraine. After all, while the military is fighting for freedom at the front "for the sake of the children's future," these same children do not speak the state language. Such an attitude threatens with new Russian attacks.

"I don't know why, but I don't notice Russian-language content, but children... For me, this is the younger generation... As we say, we are fighting for the sake of children, so why don't children speak Ukrainian?" Mykhailova said.

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