Abramovic trying to bring peaceful resolution between Russia and Ukraine

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It has been confirmed that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic is trying to settle dispute between Russian and Ukraine.

Its has been stated that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic is trying to help in achieving peace between Russian and Ukraine.

The Russian billionaire recently issued a statement following the invasion of Russia in Ukraine by handing over the stewardship and care of Chelsea to the charity organization.

According to the Russian billionaire’s spokesperson who told the media that the Chelsea owner is trying to help bring peaceful resolution to both countries.

“I can confirm that Roman Abramovich was contacted by the Ukrainian side for support in achieving a peaceful resolution, and that he has been trying to help ever since.

“Considering what is at stake, we would ask for your understanding as to why we have not commented on neither the situation as such nor his involvement. Thank you.”

Ukrainian film director and producer Alexander Rodnyansky also confirmed Abramovich’s involvement, insisting the Chelsea owner was the only person to respond to calls for help.

Rodnyansky has claimed that representatives from Ukraine’s government have expressed gratitude for the Russian attempts at help.

“I can confirm that the Ukrainian side have been trying to find someone in Russia willing to help them in finding a peaceful resolution,” said Rodnyansky.

“They are connected to Roman Abramovich through the Jewish community and reached out to him for help.

“Roman Abramovich has been trying to mobilize support for a peaceful resolution ever since. Although Roman Abramovich’s influence is limited, he is the only one who responded and taken it upon himself to try.

“If this will have an impact or not, I don’t know, but I am in contact with Zelensky’s staff myself, and know that they are grateful for his genuine efforts.”

 

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