"Pink" trace left by Serhiy Knyazev in Transcarpathia (PHOTOS)
The pink "virus" is spreading further.
It also touched the former chief of the police in Transcarpathian region, and now the head of the National Police of Ukraine Serhiy Knyazev.
On his Facebook page, the police chief spoke about the sakura without borders: "Last year, together with the Minister-Counselor of the Japanese Embassy in Ukraine, Michio Harada, I planted sakuras in Transcarpathia. Some of those sakuras were then sent to the police of Donetsk region. They were planted in the park of Mariupol, opposite the head office.
And now, in Transcarpathia, the sakuras have blossomed with delicate pink and white flowers, and soon they will blossom in Mariupol too.
It's nice... Something that will stay after us. It's a pity that I can not come and see it with my own eyes."
So the story of the sakura continues. Now a new one.
25 April 2018 20:35