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10 Mar, 2023 07:34

Walking after War

When the Ukrainian army started shelling Donbass villages, Viktor Moskalyov was about 10 years old. Ever since, he wanted to join his father on the front lines and protect his home. On his 18th birthday, Viktor was already at the recruiting station to sign a contract to join the army. A year later, he was wounded during a battle and lost his right arm and leg. The Russian Prosthetic Center in Kursk provided Viktor with modern prostheses and the chance to start a new life. To help injured fighters, the center works for free and raises funds for expensive bionic prosthetics.

Watch "Walking after War" on RTD website and on RT's live feed. The time of the broadcast is available on RT's schedule page.

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