Every Ukrainian living in constant stress since February – Zelenska

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Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska has raised awareness of the impact of Russia's invasion on the mental health of normal Ukrainians as well as soldiers.
Speaking to BBC World News, she said that "every person lives in constant stress from the 24 February, that does not relent". Adding that each and every Ukrainian has to learn to live with that feeling and be strong.
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