By Marcus Parekh In an exclusive interview, the boxer turned politician urged western allies to meet Russian aggression with strength of their own. Vitali Klitschko, the heavyweight boxer turned mayor of Kyiv, has described Vladimir Putin as a “gangrene” affecting Europe as he has begun training with Ukraine’s military reservists in anticipation of a potential
Ex-boxing world champion, the mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko fears that Russia can attack his home country (in German) Wir bereiten uns in der ganzen Ukraine darauf vor, dass Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin den Kriegsbefehl geben könnte und russische Truppen wie schon 2014 die Ukraine angreifen. In meiner Heimat Kiew bereiten wir uns auf einen
On his 50th birthday, the former boxing champion Vitali Klitschko shows that he is the strongest mayor in the world. And he also has big goals (in German). Von Gunnar Meinhardt Auch am Morgen seines 50. Geburtstages ist Vitali Klitschko seinem Ritual treu geblieben. Bevor der Bürgermeister von Kiew am Montag zur Gratulationstour ins Rathaus
Being able to hand out and take in – that shaped his life, in the boxing ring as well as in Ukrainian politics. Vitali Klitschko is now 50. A conversation with the ex-world champion about blows below the belt, Vladimir Putin and his love for German proverbs (in German) Von Gunnar Meinhardt Die Terminhatz bringt
UKRAINIAN boxing champ Vitali Klitschko reckons his nation’s footie side can pack a punch, but admitted: “England are one of the best teams in the world.” The hard-hitting heavyweight turned adored politician spoke to The Sun ahead of his country’s big quarter-final clash against the Three Lions today. Klitschko, now the mayor of Ukrainian capital Kiev, is
Euro 2021: Ukraine’s Euros success means so much more as we fight for independence Football is a very popular sport in Ukraine but our country has never reached such heights at the Euros. This is why all Ukrainians are thrilled and delighted now and all our attention is on the tournament. The game against Holland-which
In the Österreichischer Rundfunk documentary ‘Welcome to Chornobyl’ Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko talks about his memories of the Chornobyl disaster (in German, 18:05).