Zelenskyy's portrait by Bono will appear on the cover of The Atlantic magazine. Photo.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy will appear on the cover of the American magazine The Atlantic. It will not feature a photo of the Ukrainian leader, but his portrait.
The author of the drawing is the lead singer of the Irish rock band U2, Bono (real name: Paul David Hewson). He painted a portrait of Zelenskyy that will appear on the cover of the June issue of The Atlantic.
The cover is in yellow and blue. It reads "The choice is between freedom and fear".
The magazine also features an interview with the President of Ukraine, which was conducted by the publication's team in Kyiv.
The issue also includes an article titled "Counter-offensive". It states that the "future of the democratic world" depends on the success of the Ukrainian military on the battlefield.
Recall that Russian channels on Telegram spread a fake cover of the allegedly British weekly newspaper The New European. The fake picture depicts Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as a self-serving person who is ready to do anything for financial gain.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Earlier, Volodymyr Zelenskyy appeared on the cover of Spiegel. He gave an interview to the magazine in which he explained why Russia needs to be stopped.
- Meanwhile, the famous French political satire magazine Charlie Hebdo mocked Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin on the cover of the magazine. The president of the aggressor country is depicted with a severed head about to be thrown away.
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