A Ukrainian businessman has decided to start turning the wreckage of a Russian fighter plane into key rings to help his country’s army. Each unit costs a thousand dollars about 950 euros.
Yuri Vesuvin is a Ukrainian businessman who decided to start helping the army. To do this, he used the wreckage of a Russian plane shot down in March near the city of Borodinka, the wreckage of which was scattered across farmland, to make key rings. Souvenirs costing a thousand dollars – about 950 euros – are marked with an engraving of an exclusive serial number, a thank you to the buyer, as well as information about the Russian plane that was shot down by Ukrainian forces.
The idea, which at first seemed “crazy” in the eyes of Vesuvun’s friends – he assured himself – had already raised 20-30 thousand dollars for the Ukrainian army, which allowed the purchase of drones and military materials and was in great demand . “Customers tell me the idea is incredible,” he stressed proudly, leaving a wish.
“But I hope we don’t need this money anymore as soon as possible. Everyone stays safe and go home. It is no longer necessary to raise money to save someone’s life,” the Ukrainian told Reuters.
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