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Prince Harry in mourning: "Invictus Games" participant dies in the Ukraine war

The “Invictus Games” community around Prince Harry has to cope with a heavy loss. Serhii Karaivan, a former participant, has died in Ukraine.

Montecito – Cities are destroyed, thousands of people leave the country, soldiers and civilians lose their lives. The ongoing war against Ukraine is leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. The death toll is increasing day by day, as* reports, the “Invictus Games” community, led by Prince Harry (37), also has to say goodbye to one of its members.

Prince Harry in mourning: “Invictus Games” participant dies in the Ukraine war

In 2014, Prince Harry* set up the unique sporting event for the first time, in which war-disabled veterans from all over the world compete. One of the former participants of the “Invictus Games” was Serhii Karaivan, whose death the organizers now announced in a sad message: “The Invictus Games Foundation has to announce with regret that a member of the Ukrainian Invictus Games community was killed in the Russian invasion of Ukraine Ukraine was confirmed.” Serhii Karaivan lost his life in combat on March 13.

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Prince Harry has lost a valued member of the “Invictus Games” community (icon image).

As the organization team further reports, many participants in the “Invictus Games” once again took up their uniforms to protect their homeland from attacks by the Russian military. The Ukrainian people have been fighting for survival since the end of February, and numerous royals, including Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan (40), expressed their solidarity with Ukraine *.

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Prince Harry: The “Invictus” community sticks together

The “Invictus Games” actually planned for 2020 will take place in a few weeks in the presence of Prince Harry in The Hague*. According to the organizer, the event will be “a powerful reminder of the importance of recovery and rehabilitation from physical and mental trauma and will bring the international Invictus community together.” * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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