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15 German performers recorded a cover of the hit song by Okean Elzy and launched a fundraiser to rebuild Ukraine. The video touched the web

The Germans supported the Ukrainians in a touching way

German performers led by Berlin-based sound engineer and producer with Ukrainian roots Simon Gordeev recorded a cover of the song "Obijmy" by Okean Elzy. The artists sang the symbolic song about the war in Ukrainian, separately and in unison, to raise more funds for the reconstruction of cities affected by Russia.

The touching video was timed to coincide with the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, but it was posted on YouTube in early spring. As of March 7, it had nearly 30,000 views and more than 500 comments.

Many of them were from Ukrainians who expressed their sincere gratitude for the support of the Germans.

15 German performers recorded a cover of the hit song by Okean Elzy and launched a fundraiser to rebuild Ukraine. The video touched the web

Simon Gordeev was born in Ukraine but is now building a career in Berlin, where he observes that people are talking less and less about the war with Russia and donating less.

With the 15 for UA project, he drew attention to the victims of the bloody war and called for financial support for the B50 volunteer community in rebuilding Ukrainian cities.

The German artists not only learned a few lines of a Ukrainian song but also played musical instruments. Hundreds of Ukrainians expressed their gratitude in the comments.

"Very touching. Many thanks to everyone who cares, helps, sympathizes," "Thank you to everyone who supports Ukraine, who is with us. It gives us hope, strength, and faith in victory," "Thank you to the Germans for such an attitude of love, understanding, and care for Ukrainians," "This is important for us," the messages read.

15 German performers recorded a cover of the hit song by Okean Elzy and launched a fundraiser to rebuild Ukraine. The video touched the web

We would like to remind you that the leader of Okean Elzy Sviatoslav Vakarchuk recorded a special video for his song for the opening of the Ukrainian pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2022, and the location was long-suffering Kharkiv.

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