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Povaliy's son, who criticizes the Armed Forces, decided to sell Russian rubles in a Ukrainian bank and explained the reason

Denys Povaliy remembered his Russian rubles

The 40-year-old son of Ukraine's traitor Taisiya Povaliy, musician Denis Povaliy, began to ask from abroad how to sell Russian rubles in Ukrainian banks. In his comments, he joked that he was thinking about "crumbling a golden loaf."

Looking ahead, the son of a trafficker failed to get rid of his Russian money. He wrote about this on his Facebook page for a limited number of people, and journalist Alina Dorotiuk showed the screenshots.

"Is it possible to sell rubles in Ukrainian banks?" asked the "refugee" of military age, who has settled in Spain and sometimes mentions his homeland on social media.

Povaliy's son, who criticizes the Armed Forces, decided to sell Russian rubles in a Ukrainian bank and explained the reason

In the comments, he was asked why the musician needed this information, and in response, he told about the debt he allegedly wants to close with the Russian Sberbank in this way, and shared why he could not sell rubles.

Povaliy's son, who criticizes the Armed Forces, decided to sell Russian rubles in a Ukrainian bank and explained the reason
Povaliy's son, who criticizes the Armed Forces, decided to sell Russian rubles in a Ukrainian bank and explained the reason

"I had to request it from Deutsche Bank, and I tried through Diia. The iPhone's biometrics were blocked, and Monobank was never opened. In short, I was deprived of all opportunities," Denis Povaliy wrote.

Earlier, it became known that the traitor's son does not plan to return home and is looking for work abroad. His active resume was posted on one of the social networks.

He also criticized the mobilization and the military, saying that he would not be able to shoot at Russians, and that Ukrainians were allegedly "made to believe that war is a holy cause."

The artist, who has not spent a day on the front line and does not know what shelling is, is probably hinting to his followers that the Russian occupiers will leave the Ukrainian land by themselves, and he, sitting abroad, can judge such pressing issues as mobilization, the moral side of killing in war, and sins.

We should add that Denys has no one to protect him. His young son is growing up in a European country, and his wife does not risk dying from a missile or a drone that terrorizes Ukrainians every day.

"A coward, you may say? But the alive coward and will not be chased by enemies at night," the traitor's son defamed the exploits of Ukrainian soldiers who give their lives.

Povaliy's son, who criticizes the Armed Forces, decided to sell Russian rubles in a Ukrainian bank and explained the reason

Earlier, the musician was nostalgic for his homeland and thought about returning to Kyiv. He also hinted at the collapse of the terrorist country, which he called "Rassiushka." A little later, Denys Povaliy congratulated his mother on her birthday and said that he would love her, despite everything she did or did not do.

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