Wladimir Klitschko: I'm not ready to die for Ukraine

"They need support from behind, replenishment of equipment and knowledge"

by Sead Dedovic
Wladimir Klitschko: I'm not ready to die for Ukraine
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Wladimir Klitschko, a popular boxer and brother of Kyiv mayor Vitaly Klitschko, commented on the current chaos in Ukraine in an interview with ZDF. The war between Ukraine and Russia has been going on for a long time, and there is no solution in sight.

Wladimir also answered the question of whether he is ready to die for Ukraine. He believes that it is necessary for someone to provide support from behind, and to reveal the clear intentions of the enemy.
"They need support from behind, replenishment of equipment and knowledge.

Children are also trained in first aid. You adapt. You get used to it, you digitalize. Because, thanks to digitalization, we have the opportunity to discover what the enemy is up to," said Wladimir Klitschko. However, in the next statement, he was more clear when he was asked if he was ready to die for the country.

Wladimir , in fact, does not want to see things that way. His goal is to live and be one of the main links of help to his country. The situation is very difficult. Ukraine needs people who will be of great help in these moments.

Wladimir is certainly one of those. "No, I'm not ready to die for the country. I'm ready to live for it. It's more complicated than dying. In Ukraine right now it's not certain whether you'll stay alive and healthy," he said.

Wladimir Klitschko compares Russians and Ukranians

Wladimir made a comparison between the Russian and Ukrainian armies.

The Russians have enormous strength on the front in terms of manpower. However, Wladimir emphasizes that the people who are at the front are not the result of mobilization when we look at Ukraine. "The Russians are mobilized, and volunteers fight in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Ukrainians are different. Most of the people who are on the front are not mobilized," concluded Klitschko. For now, Ukraine is doing well in the war, and support from Europe and the world plays an important role in the whole story. We will see how long the war will last, and what moves will be made.