Jinjer bassist Eugene Abdukhanov has checked in with the world from Kyiv, Ukraine because the Russian authorities’s assault on the nation enters its second month. In his publish, Abdukhanov thanks everybody for his or her assist and added that the cash raised from Jinjer‘s ongoing t-shirt initiative has offered town of Chernihiv with a generator and gas. Nonetheless, Abdukhanov laments not having the ability to see his household and has no thought when he’ll once more.
As at all times, we want Abdukhanov and all of the folks of Ukraine the most effective.
“This the final picture we took collectively earlier than the Russian invasion began. Probably the most brutal, barbaric and horrible conflict in Europe since WWII, initiated by Putin, has been on for one month now. For one month I have never been in a position to hug my most beloved ones, my spouse Anna, my sons Danny and Roman, and actually do not know when I’ll see them once more. 💔
“For one month we – folks in Ukraine have been surrounded by concern, dread and struggling on one aspect and heroism and unbelievable unity 🤝 on the opposite. Having the ability to assist folks in want and being in contact with my household through video calls are the one supply of aid now.
“I admire all of you for the assist you might be giving us and Ukraine. Sincerely, I nonetheless can not imagine what number of donation t-shirts you ordered and the way a lot cash we managed to gather. We might be posting on tales about how precisely these funds are directed at folks right here in Ukraine. So far as I do know the generator and gas which we despatched to Chernihiv the day earlier than yesterday has already arrived and it’s laborious to overestimate how a lot folks want it within the metropolis which has no electrical energy for weeks now.”
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