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‘Our Hearts Have No Borders’,A Romanian Mother Says to U.S. First Lady

by Kolkata Today

After four-day trip to Eastern Europe, U.S. first lady Jill Biden,

In a tweet, she described her trip to Eastern Europe was very emotional and carry the moments of ‘mothers and children ‘,she said ,”I am returning home to the United States carrying with me the stories of the mothers and children I met.

As a Romanian mother said:’our hearts have no borders.’

We are committed to supporting Ukraine, the Ukrainian people, and our Allies and partners.

On Sunday,U.S.first ladyJill Biden made a trip to Ukraine, crossing the border to visit Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, at a school converted to assist people who had fled fighting from other parts of the country.

On Mother’s Day Jill Biden after meeting with Ukraine’s first lady Olena Zelenska,in tweet ,the U.S.first lady said,”On this Mother’s Day, my heart is with you, First Lady Olena Zelenska, and all of the brave and resilient mothers of Ukraine.”

In a tweet Jill Biden expressed her desire to spent a moments with Ukrainian motherers ,she said ,“As a mother, I can only imagine the grief and anxiety they must feel every day from Russia’s unprovoked attack.

I’ve seen firsthand how the people of Slovakia and Romania have opened their homes, their schools, their hospitals, and their hearts.”

The U.S.first lady also said ,”This Mother’s Day, I wanted to be with Ukrainian mothers and their children.

Over the last few months, far too many Ukrainians have had to flee their homes – forcing them to leave behind their loved ones.”

Jill Biden also praised the people of Slovakia and Romania for their support to the Ukrainian people.The U.S. first lady said ,”the people of Slovakia and Romania have opened their homes, their schools, their hospitals, and their hearts.”

Jill Biden told reporters that she had told President Biden after her visit to Ukraine “how much I saw the need to support the people of Ukraine” and about “the horrors and the brutality that the people I had met had experienced.”

Jill Biden meets Ukrainian families at a refugee center in Koscice, one of the main transit points for over 400,000 Ukrainian refugees who have crossed the border to Slovakia since the Russian invasion started in February.

“Together, we are united for Ukraine. I hope by being here I can convey how much their strength and resilience inspires the world, and remind them that they are not alone”,Jill Biden said.

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