As the Russia-Ukraine conflict enters its fifth day, the tragic story of a Ukrainian woman named Olena Henley once again brings to the fore the fact that war not only claimed lives and property but also it also deals directly with the thousands of souls of those who have nothing to do with it. she. The 49-year-old Olena married three months ago to British citizen Jonathan Henley and will have joined her husband in the UK soon if Russia does not start a war against Ukraine.
Olena, who was delighted to be with her husband after completing all the tests required to obtain a UK passport, was heartbroken when the last step to obtain the application, a 15-minute English test, was postponed indefinitely because to war. In a video clip purchased by LadBible, Henley speaks from an underground station in Kharkiv and opens up about his status in the country due to his visa application process. Her husband, Jonathan, had to return to England and leave Ukraine. He said he spent the night at the metro station with other locals for safety and that explosions were near his home.
Jonathan, 54, who saw his mistress’s last love on Valentine’s Day, worried about her and told LadBible he was scared and nervous, he called it a surprise. “With the probability of dropping bombs it is difficult to understand,” he said. He said he left Ukraine on February 14 and the Olena English test was scheduled for February 19. According to him, all the books and other tests were successfully completed but the English test was canceled due to the situation.
The two first met online during the pandemic before meeting in person in August 2020. They took place separately due to travel restrictions after a “wonderful” time together in Istanbul, and they only met again in 2021. They got married in December and started the project. Olena’s transfer to the United Kingdom On February 26, Olena provided an update, stating that he lived in the metro with his mother, brother, and dog.
“I left the metro and went home to eat some hot food and drink and maybe to rest a bit but then it was seven o’clock it was a notification we were informed about a lot of alarms, they could bomb us from cars aircraft or weapon attacks. , ”According to LadBible.
“Our first priority is to help the British people in Ukraine and their dependents who want to leave the country. We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to process applications, and we process most of them in two hours, ”a government spokesman told LadBible.
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