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UKRAINIAN BOY, 11, TRAVELS 600 MILES SOLO TO BORDER WITH PHONE NUMBER ON HAND

 A young Ukrainian boy aged 11 from Zaporizhzhya fled to Slovakia with a single plastic bag and phone number written on his hand.




His mother was forced to send him on a train station heading for the border as she stay back in the city, where Russian forces besieged a nuclear power plant last week. Volunteers who have taken him have contacted his family through a phone number that had been written on his hand.



Slovakian officials praised the little boy for his "smile, fearlessness and determination."



The boy's mother, Yulia Pisecka, said: 'There's a nuclear power plant next to my town, which the Russians were shooting at. It was on fire.




'I can't leave my mother, she can't move independently, so I sent my son alone on a train toward the Slovak border.'



In a post on Facebook, the Slovakian Interior Ministry said:




"Volunteers took care of him, took him warm and provided him with food and drink, which they packed for the next trip.




"thnaks to the number on his hand and a piece of paper in his waist, he managed to contact his loved ones, who came for him later, and the whole story ended well."

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