Describe your typical day during the war period.
Oh, I get up at 7 am. I read the news, make first calls, and communicate with people. Then, I have a little time for real life, family, kids, and skateboarding.
We have launched a school and courses for Ukrainians in Hannover. It's free for everyone. In general, now all my energy is focused on psychological, mentoring, and humanitarian assistance to teenagers in Germany and all over the world.
When evening comes, my European calls and communication change to communication with America, because of the time difference. In general, it seems to me that every day I have about 40 to 80 calls and hundreds of messages on all social networks.
What will you do first after our victory?
I'm going to hug my parents.
Glory to defenders and glory to heroes!