In a shipment of grenade launchers from Spain, Ukrainian soldiers found a postcard with the inscription “I wish you victory! Love, Leticia’ – but the fighters didn’t immediately recognize who it was from
The Queen of Spain placed traditional sausages and a postcard wishing Ukraine victory over Russia in a cargo of grenade launchers gifted to the armed forces from the king’s country.
In a shipment of grenade launchers from Spain, Ukrainian soldiers found a postcard with the inscription “I wish you victory! With love, Leticia.”
The militants did not immediately realize it was the Queen of Spain’s signature, reports say.
The Ukrainians also found Spanish sausages among the boxes sent by the Queen, 49.
Spain’s Queen also made a humanitarian statement with her outfit in early March, when she wore a vyshyvanka, a traditional embroidered blouse worn by the people of Ukraine and Belarus.
The Spanish royal family has been active in supporting Ukrainian refugees and last month visited the center to welcome and assist those fleeing the country to Spain.
Felipe and Letizia visited the Red Cross Crisis Unit in Madrid, one of the NGOs responsible for providing initial assistance to homeless Ukrainian citizens upon their arrival on the Spanish coast.
The King, Queen, Princess and Infanta met with some of the refugees currently occupying the center, with whom they chatted at length and who shared their stories with them.
To find out more about the latest showbiz and TV news from the Latest Page News, be sure to subscribe to one of our newsletters here.
Queen Letizia and Princess Leonor sat in the middle with children showing them their drawings and King Felipe bent down to play with a child holding a toy truck and to interact with a little boy listening to music.
A few days after the invasion, King Felipe visited a logistics center and attempted to take people out of the country.
The king has since mentioned the conflict in many of his speeches