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“Battle cat” Shayba is wearing an embroidered shirt

Photo: Alex Lyashuk/Twitter

The military man – the owner of the cat – noted that embroidered shirts have become not only a national attribute, but also a symbol of the Ukrainian spirit around the world.

“Battle cat” Shayba and her “dad” – Ukrainian military man Alexander Lyashuk – also wore embroidered shirts. The fighter published the photo on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

“Today, we increasingly understand the price and value of our culture and identity Therefore, Shaibik and I are proud of the embroidered shirts, which have become not only a national characteristic, but also a worldwide symbol of our spirit, the spirit of our spirit. the free one,” Lyashuk wrote.

In the picture they are both standing in embroidered shirts in the middle of a field.

Photo: Alex Lyashuk/Twitter

Alexander Lyashuk and Shayba

Let us remind you that in Ukraine they created an embroidered shirt with embroidered drones. It is called Fight the drone.

A promotional video for World Embroidery Day has been released
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