Onto Gladbach and Hertha BSC: Andriy Voronin suffers from Ukraine

The Russian crime war in Ukraine caused great suffering, especially under the civilian population. The former Bundesliga professional Andriy Voronin is shocked over the extent of destruction.

“If I see the pictures from Mariupol or last Boucha, I could cry. My day begins with war news. And I go to bed. I saw movies over World War II. But something – women, men just thrown on the street, Horror, you can never forgive such a thing, “the 42-year-old described his emotions in an interview with the” picture “.

The 74-fold national player painted a dark picture, the war should not end soon: “I can not imagine that years ago it continues. Already in two, three months, all our cities could look like now Mariupol.” Exempted. “

Russia had convinced the neighboring country on 24 February after long tensions and has since made an aggressive attack war. Most recently, reputable report caused worst war break, which were started by the Russian army. Millions of people have been on the run since the beginning of the war.

Voronin tells his escape history

AWFUL miss from Ukraine's Andriy Voronin in friendly
Also voronin, who once played in the Bundesliga for Gladbach, Mainz 05, Hertha BSC and Bayer Leverkusen, has a story about true to tell. At war outbreak, the former striker was still employed as a co-trainer at Dinamo Moscow. An activity he grabbed at the beginning of March.

“It was simply no longer possible for me as Ukrainians. My father and I came out of Moscow over Amsterdam, my wife later managed Via Istanbul. We are lucky, do not have to flee anymore. Do not be fleeing with two bags somewhere on one Bahnhof “, the Ukrainian born in Odessa was thoughtful.

Meanwhile, Voronin has failed in his old adopted home in the Rhineland and gladly to be well received there. “I am thankful to Germany. It’s great how people help from themselves. We also collected relief supplies – of clothing and medicine to dog food. That’s great in Germany – if it would not be so complicated on the offices.”

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