Alex hook soldier

alex hook soldier

Who is Alex hook?

Ukraine soldier Alex Hook has confirmed in a TikTok video that he’s alive after several reports had suggested he had been killed in fighting with Russian troops.

Is Ukraine soldier Alex hook still alive?

Taking to TikTok on Monday, February 28th, Ukraine soldier Alex Hook confirmed he’s alive after unconfirmed reports claimed he had died in the conflict. “I am alive and will continue to fight for Ukraine,” he told his followers in a six-second video, which has been viewed 1.3 million times.

What did the Ukrainian soldier say in his YouTube video?

“I am alive and will continue to fight for Ukraine,” he told his followers in a six-second video, which has been viewed 1.3 million times. “Glory to Ukraine and glory to the heroes.”

Who is Alex Hook, the Ukrainian Soldier? Alex Hook is a Ukrainian soldier who shares TikTok videos from the battlefield with his daughter to show her he was safe has confirmed he is still alive after there were several reports and rumours which suggested he had been killed.

What happened to Alex hook Ucrania?

What did this soldier say to Russian soldiers invading Ukraine?

In the clip, the soldier is seen standing outside, dressed in camouflage gear and holding a gun. Throughout the video, the soldier wears an eerie grin on his face and laughs as he tells Russian soldiers invading Ukraine that they are “f—ed.”

Does Telegram video show Ukrainian soldiers killing captured Russian troops?

The video was verified by The Times, however, the outlet decided not to publish it due to its graphic nature. Video posted on Telegram Monday appears to show Ukrainian soldiers killing captured Russian troops in a village near Kyiv, according to a report from The New York Times.

Do videos show Ukrainian forces shooting captive Russian soldiers in legs?

The Ukrainian government last month said it would launch a probe into unverified videos that purported to show Ukrainian forces shooting captive Russian soldiers in the legs.

Was AC/DCshighway to Hellplayed outside a Russian military post?

Ukraine on Wednesday published a video it said showed an artillery barrage of a Russian military post outside of Kyiv, set to AC/DCs song Highway to Hell. The video was shared on Facebook by the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valeriy Zaluzhnyi.

Postagens relacionadas: