When war broke out, a maxillofacial surgeon turned a TV broadcast truck into an operating room for wounded soldiers.
For eight years, Dr. Miron Ugrin has been serving Ukrainian soldiers fighting against Russian aggressors at the front. When war broke out in eastern Ukraine, this maxillofacial surgeon turned a TV broadcast truck into an operating room, where he operates on wounded soldiers.
For him, he says, the war didn’t start on February 24. “It’s been going on for eight years. I performed my first military surgery during the Maidan Uprising,” he explains in an interview with the PAP agency.