"What does victory mean to me? A return home to Ukrainian Crimea!"
If you ask almost any Ukrainian about their opinion on when this particular phase of Russian aggression began, you will often hear one answer: Crimea 2014, when the Putin regime annexed the Ukrainian peninsula. For nine years, Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians from Crimea have been subject to Russian terror and forced from their homes, however, they continue to resist and fight.
Callsign "Said" from the 241st brigade of the Territorial Defense Forces has been yearning for his native Crimea since 2014. He longs to embrace his mother, reunite with his relatives, and proudly raise the blue and yellow flag on his cherished homeland. For “Said”, victory represents the restoration of peace and the opportunity to reclaim what was unjustly taken away. Let's stand together and show our support. Every donation counts. Together, we can help bring victory closer! https://unitewithukraine.com/donate