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Аndrii Nebytov, Head of the Main Directorate of Kyiv region police, has become a star on Ukrainian YouTube who hit hundreds of thousands of views. Since russia’s full-scale invasion, the chief police officer of Kyiv region has been posting videos on his channel showing the equipment with which the russians tried to take over Ukrainian cities. In particular, he reviews the first-aid kits of enemy soldiers, their topographical maps and other trophies.
Leading Ukrainian charity foundations — “Come Back Alive”, Charity Foundation of Serhiy Prytula, and Bon Charity Foundation — will sell war trophies by online auctions in Prozorro.Sale state electronic trading system. A regular radio station from the Charity Foundation “Come Back Alive”, which was removed from the destroyed IFV of the enemy in Mykolaiv region, a fragment of the russian TOR air defense system from the Bon Foundation, which was shot down by the Ukrainian military in the south, and a military chemical intelligence device from the Prytula’s Foundation, brought by volunteers from near Vyshgorod, from where russians planned to capture Kyiv “in 2–3 days” were put up for charity auctions the first. In general, such auctions will be held in the Prozorro.Sale system during November. Everyone will be able to compete for lots, and money from the sale of trophies will go to the accounts of foundations to buy aid to the Ukrainian military. Generally, Prozorro.Sale launched charity auctions back in March 2022. UAH 6.8 million was raised to help the army and for humanitarian needs.
Andrii Nebytov, Head of the Main National Police Directorate in Kyiv Oblast, is trending among Ukrainian YouTubers with hundreds of thousands of views. After russia’s all-out invasion, the Chief of Police of Kyiv Oblast publishes videos on his YouTube channel showing the equipment russians tried to occupy Ukrainian cities with. He unboxes enemy soldiers’ first-aid kits, topographic maps, and other trophies.