While she feels in her heart the pain of seeing her country tormented by the horrors of war, Elina Svitolina proudly underlines the great dignity of the Ukrainian people, ready to give everything for their homeland and to resist attacks with force.
She said: "I want to emphasize that no rocket, bombing or attack will be able to crush the Ukrainians. They can take away our houses and streets, but not our dignity, our courage and our will for freedom. We will defend Ukraine.
We will fight until victory. " This is the message of hope launched by Elina Svitolina, who then sponsors and invites to financially support the fundraising created to help the Ukrainian population: "In these dark days, let your emotions turn into donations.
Support Ukraine and donate to @ u24.gov.ua. " Specifically, Svitolina helps her country by collecting donations, this time in favor of the so-called Ukrainian Drone Army, called United 24. The chilling images of the war between Russia and Ukraine, which unfortunately has been going on since February, are now on the agenda.
Shooting and bombing are destroying cities, towns but above all human lives, whether they are military or ordinary citizens. The echo that this tragic event has unleashed is of planetary vastness and has aroused the interest even of the most famous personalities belonging to the world of tennis such as Elina Svitolina, who has long since stopped dedicating herself to sport to focus on humanitarian aid in support of her country, Ukraine.
Monstrous are the images released by the player from Odessa, who on social media, in order to raise awareness on the issue, showed the effects of Russian-born missiles and drone-kamikaze that continue undeterred to devastate the Ukrainian land.
Elina said: "In the past two days, Russia has launched over a hundred missiles and drone-kamikazes at our homeland. Kiev, Kharkiv, Odessa, Lviv, Zaporiggia, Sumy, Kryvyi Rih, Dnipro. The enemy is angry because of his own weakness.
at the front, and takes revenge on innocent civilians. People who just go to work and take their kids to school."