Photo of the Day: Wladimir Klitschko and Olaf Scholz

Wladimir Klitschko and Olaf Scholz
Wladimir Klitschko and Olaf Scholz

On the second day of the trip to Berlin, the former world heavyweight champion Vladimir Klichko, brother of the mayor of Kyiv Vitaly, met with German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz and gave an interview to the Bild newspaper.

“I think this is a bad dream. And I just woke up from him and am now in Berlin. But I understand that this is not a dream. This is the tragedy of the people of Ukraine. Rockets are constantly flying in Ukraine. Houses and infrastructure are completely destroyed. When we talk, shots are fired and people are dying," Klitschko said.

“One might wonder who is the Nazi in this war and who is killing people. This is Putin. I want our allies to end this war. I want to thank the German people and the German government, who have given us the strongest support since 2014,” said the Ukrainian champion.

“The German government wants to present to the government in Kyiv a list of the latest weapons that Germany can supply to Ukraine,” the weekly Spiegel reported two days ago.

According to the weekly, the list includes possible arms deliveries worth 308 million euros. More than half are reconnaissance assets such as night vision or radar systems, as well as state-of-the-art drones equipped with jammers that cut off mobile communications. About 40 million are for small arms and less than 80 million for protective equipment such as bulletproof vests and helmets.