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Vakarchuk and former president of Estonia ran around Tallinn in support of Ukraine

Photo: instagram.com/sviatoslav.vakarchuk

The performer organizes jogging in each city where the Ukrainian group has a scheduled concert.

Ukrainian singer Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, together with the former President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid, ran around Tallinn in support of Ukraine. The artist announced this on his Facebook page.

In particular, in the video you can see how the lead singer of Okean Elzy in a T-shirt with the inscription Race for Ukraine stands next to Kersti and thanks to the continuous and unrelenting support of Ukraine in the war released of Russia.

Earlier it was reported that Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, who leads concerts for defenders of Ukraine, recorded an emotional video message.

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