"Russia is being bombed!" Milevskyi's former partner tells about life in Russia
Rubin forward Joel Fameye, who previously played for Dynamo Brest alongside Artem Milevskyi, said he had no security problems in Russia. At the same time, the 26-year-old admitted that his relatives in Africa were concerned about the explosions in the aggressor country after the start of Russia's criminal war against Ukraine.
Joel Fameye said this in an interview with Sport24. The two-time champion of Belarus added that he considers wars to be pointless, but did not condemn Russia for military aggression against Ukraine and crimes against the Ukrainian people.
"I have never felt uncomfortable in Russia. I remember my mom watching the news and calling me: "Russia is being bombed!" I reassured her: "It's okay, mom. Everything will be fine." Of course, television needs to talk about something. So people believe it. Why would you threaten someone, put a gun to someone's head? Why would you do that? It doesn't make sense," said Fameyie.
The head coach of the Russian national team, Valerii Karpin, was furious that his players were forced to play a national championship match in the heaviest snowfall, calling it a real shame.