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"Ride for the Victory": Estonian MP on a bike ride from Tallinn to Kyiv to raise funds for the AFU

Ivanna ShepelWorld
Member of the Estonian Parliament has already passed the halfway point

Estonian MP Kristo Enn Vaga has started a bicycle ride from Tallinn to Kyiv to raise funds to support the Ukrainian army. His 1700-kilometer route will take six days.

He announced the campaign on April 20 on X (formerly known as Twitter). So far, he has successfully covered more than a thousand kilometers and is approaching the border with Ukraine.

The fundraiser is being held in conjunction with one of the NAFO groups, an online community that combats Russian propaganda and disinformation and raises funds to support the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

During his route, which began on April 26 in the Estonian capital of Tallinn, the MP actively shares photos of his trip with his followers on social media.

The fundraising page called Ride for the Victory has already raised over 26 thousand euros with the goal of reaching the 50 thousand mark.

On April 29, on his page on X, Kristo Enn Vaga reported that he had already covered more than 1,000 kilometers and was approaching the border with Ukraine.

"Cruising in windy but charming Poland. More than 1000 kilometers of my journey have been covered, and in the evening I will be very close to the beautiful Ukraine," the MP wrote.

''Ride for the Victory'': Estonian MP on a bike ride from Tallinn to Kyiv to raise funds for the AFU

Earlier, Estonian Foreign Minister Margus Tsahkna said that Estonia could have repeated the fate of Ukraine and become a victim of Russian aggression if it had not become a NATO member. In this case, the country's independence could be threatened.

Earlier, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is afraid of being at war with NATO. However, NATO member states do not want to fight Russia either.

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