"Guardians" from the UK came to vist the ATO participant in Volovets
Back in spring, the UK diaspora, namely the Ukrainian community of Coventry, took care of the treatment for a demobilized participant of the ATO, Chevalier of the Order "For courage" of III degree Victor Slychko from Volovets and two other wounded soldiers in a special rehabilitation center in Birmingham. During his stay in a faraway country, a friendship began between the wounded soldier and representatives of the diaspora. The Ukrainian from Ukraine and Ukrainians from Great Britain were teaching each other songs, sharing recipes and even cooking national cuisine dishes together. And recently, at the invitation of the soldier, activists of the Ukrainian community in UK's Coventry Roman Leshchyshyn and Myron Bai came to visit Victor. The enthusiastic tourists even made a trip to the Borzhava ridge. During a meeting in the village council, they talked about their work, that they had established a Ukrainian choir. They were also interested in features of local government in Ukraine. At the end, they were presented the recently published tourist map "Borzhava.