Sergei Bubka, pole vault legend and president of the Ukrainian National Olympic Committee (NOC), said on Twitter on Friday that his country will emerge victorious after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “I love Ukraine with all my heart,” he wrote in Ukrainian on the social network. “We will win!” added the former world record holder.
Bubka (58 years old) received from the president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, the task of coordinating humanitarian aid destined for Ukraine by the Lausanne-based organization.
The Ligue 1 suspends its broadcast in Russia, announced this Friday the French Professional Football League (LFP), in response to the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian armed forces.
“The LFP decided to suspend from this day the broadcast contract for Ligue 1 Uber Eats in Russia on the Match TV network,” the French league said in a statement.
Ligue 1 has another broadcaster in Russia, according to the LFP website, which is the streaming platform Wink, but it is a sublicense contract with Match TV, an LFP spokeswoman told AFP, adding which consequently is also suspended.
Carlos Molina tearfully relived his trip through Ukraine to leave behind the horror that is currently happening.
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