Enthusiasts Medwedenko collects Slawa Medwedenko as part of an auction for Ukraine

08:40  28 july  2022
08:40  28 july  2022 Source:   sport1.de

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Medwedenko sammelt für die Ukraine © provided by Sport1.de Medwedenko collects for the Ukraine

from his two master rings, Slawa Medwedenko will part with an auction, and also with relationships in basketball, the two-time NBA champion wants to help his home Ukraine, which was battered by the war. "The Lakers have already sent sports clothes for over 500 children," Medwedenko told Merkur and TZ (Thursday editions). The 43-year-old had played for the Los Angeles team from 2000 to 2006.

The L.A. Lakers, with which Medwedenko 2001 and 2002 had celebrated his two titles alongside Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal, according to the Ukrainian "also plan further financial help. The FIBA ​​(Basketball World Association, i.e. ) has already offered support and a special program. Many former companions from the NBA have contacted me to help me. The sports world is together. "

is currently in Warsaw, "to take part in a benefit basketball game. We want to collect donations and draw attention to war around the world," said Medwedenko: "We are very grateful for the support of our Allies and people Europe."

In the idea of ​​auctioning the master rings, his compatriots were the role model. "The Ukrainians donate a lot of money for the war, they give their last shirt," said Medwedenko, "Children sell their toys to collect money for the army. We can not only wait for weapons that are delivered to us. We have to ourselves to become active."

SPD boss: Schröder acts in his own interest .
Berlin (dpa) The SPD-CO chairwoman Saskia Esken has sharply criticized former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder for his statements about an alleged willingness to negotiate Russia's president Vladimir Putin in the Ukraine War. "Gerhard Schröder does not act as an ex-chancellor, but as a businessman, and so we should interpret his statements," said Esken to the newspapers of the Funke media group. "With everything he does and says, he acts in his own interest and in that of his business partners." © K

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