Mustache read a poem about Ukraine

Усик прочитал собственное стихотворение об Украине

Oleksandr Usyk reads a poem about Ukraine

Ukrainian boxer wrote a poem on January 2 of this year, shortly before the battle with mairis Briedis by.

Ukrainian boxer, the absolute world champion in the first heavyweight Oleksandr Usyk read a poem in Ukrainian language about Ukraine. It is reported Sportia.

“I wrote this poem on January 2 of this year, 1 hour, 27 minutes, shortly before the battle with the First,” said Usyk.

Ukraine, my Ukraine.

My strong, my Motherland.

For me, Yak mater for Sina –

She Ridna on VCI one.

Ti Kozatska old country,

God ti the Nebi loved,

Batkivshchyna horsepower my

To mi for you let

And soul mi s of God always.

Mi for you Rudninku ask

Vsih svjatih you sberegli,

I bescreen fields you like,

I Wroclaw LSA the field

Th Karpatski Gori visok,

I Smereka Strunk Yak string.

All of us je: for life for the Holy,

Us country United for vsih.

So pomolimsya bratt mi God

Dwellers sberg we have dnost vsih.

Alexander Usik said that he doesn’t need the title of Hero of Ukraine after the victory in Moscow over Russian Murat by Gassieva.

After that, the state Duma of the Russian Federation proposed to consider the option of issuing a Tendril of Russian citizenship.

But Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko proposed to abolish the title of Hero of Ukraine. In his opinion, it is post-Soviet in essence and form. Lutsenko proposed to introduce another award – a Golden Trident.

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