Kira Rudik took part in the opening of the charity fund of paramedic Julia «Taira» Paevska
Ukrainian military servicewoman and paramedic Julia «Taira» Paevska started the charity fund Mriya (Dream), which takes care of the families of fallen heroes, prisoners of war, and civilian prisoners. An MP of Ukraine, leader of the Golos party, and ALDE vice-president Kira Rudik took part in the opening of the fund.
«I met Julia «Taira» Paevska at the Magnitsky Human Rights Awards — I presented her an award for extraordinary courage and bravery. Because Taira is one of the symbols of Ukrainian indomitability. That is why I am double pleased to congratulate Julia on the opening of her charity fund Mriya. Her experience, her determination, and kindness will help many», — emphasized the MP.
Julia Paevska is a military serviceperson, paramedic, and volunteer. She has been in the russian-Ukrainian war since March 2014. She is engaged in tactical medicine: she rescues, manages, teaches, and trains. Behind her are many hot spots: Svitlodarsk, Shyrokyne, and, of course, Mariupol. In March 2022, during the full-scale invasion and siege of Mariupol, Tyra was captured. She was released in three months and since then she has been engaged in active volunteering in support of Ukrainian soldiers and their families.