However, he stated that their funerals should be delayed because there are too many civilians in the morgues.
Sergii Perebeinis was not with her family when she died Monday while fleeing Irpin, a suburb of Irpin, to seek the capital. Tatiana Perebeinis (43), worked for a California company which helped her husband return home to Kyiv.
Perebeinis shared on Facebook, "Trying to hold onto but it's really difficult." "Fourth day on my foot, thousands of kilometers of road."
Tatiana Perebeinis's corpse is found "lying on the floor in a black bag", he stated. He also said that the family's dogs had also died.
He uploaded an image of him holding photos of his children and wife.
Tatiana Perebeinis, chief accountant at SE Ranking, a Silicon Valley startup headquartered in London with a large workforce in Kyiv was killed. Her daughter Alise, 9 years old, and her son Nikita (18 years) were also killed.
The company stated in a Facebook posting that "there are no words to express our grief or to ease our pain." Tania and her children Alise, and Nikita, are not statistics to us. Her family was the victim of unprovoked firing on civilians, which is under any law a crime against humanity.
According to the company, many Ukrainians make up its team.
It stated that "we don't just hear about the russian invasion in the news, but we see it every day." "And we know that the russian army's actions are criminal and inhuman. Any attempt to justify this is a violation of our principles.
Worldwide broadcasts showed their bodies next to their suitcases, and a dog carrier.
"I met with reporters, witnesses to these events. Perebeinis said that they gave him some personal items left on the streets near the bodies.
Russia denies targeting civilians. However, airstrikes were launched on Wednesday against three hospitals in Ukraine.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, stated that efforts are being made to evacuate 18,000 people from the Kyiv region's embattled areas to the capital. According to Zelensky, 35,000 civilians fled the fighting using humanitarian corridors.
Anastasia Avetysian was a colleague at work and told the New York Times SE Ranking had provided emergency funds for its employees, and Tatiana Perebeinis had been dispensing them.
Avetysian stated that they were in constant contact with her. "Even though she was hiding in her basement, she was positive and joked in our group chat about the fact that the company would need to perform a special operation to free them, such as 'Saving Private Ryan'."
Tatiana Perebeinis was "a very friendly and brave woman, with a great sense for humor, she always cheered everybody up, she was truly like an older sister to all of us," Ksenia Khirvonina, spokesperson for SE Ranking, said to the San Francisco Chronicle. She fled Ukraine on February 23rd.
Khirvonina stated that she was always able to answer all of our questions about personal finances, taxes, or how to upgrade visa cards.
Tatiana Perebeinis, who was still living in Irpin when the Russian invasion began, stayed there because her mother was ill and her son, aged 18, was required to stay in the country to protect it. Khirvonina stated that.
He was enrolled in university this year.
Khirvonina stated that she always spoke about him and how smart he was. "She was a wonderful mother, giving her children everything she could."
Khirvonina stated that the family's apartment was attacked and destroyed just days before their deaths. They were forced to live in a basement without heat or food.
She said, "But then Russian troops began firing on innocent civilians."