Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko told the German +Drei Magazin about his vision for the city of tomorrow (in German).
Vitali Klitschko was one of the best heavyweight boxers and together with his brother Wladimir the poster boy of the Hamburg’s Universum boxing promotion company. Vitali has been mayor of Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital since 2014. The Sportsclub talked exclusively to him about his fight against the corona crisis (in German).
Kyiv mayor and former world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko says the Ukrainian capital city's close sister connection with Wuhan in China helped reduce the spread of COVID-19 in this Coronavirus special series, «SKAVLAN + 1».
In the exclusive AZ interview, the former world boxing champion, now mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko talks about his fight in the metropolis against the Coronavirus, civil rights - and his goals (in German).
The former heavyweight champion tells Matt Dickinson that he cannot think about old glories, there are disbelieving citizens who must be protected.
Forest fires and corona concern the mayor (in German).
Exclusive interview: Kiev, where the former boxer is the mayor, has suffered only 15 coronavirus-related deaths.
Not only has Kyiv hosted high-profile international events in recent years, it has also utilised its tech expertise to make it a safer and smarter city, mayor Vitali Klitschko tells fDi.
DAD.CEO had the immense pleasure to sit down for an exclusive 1-on-1 interview with the legendary Vitali Klitschko - Former Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World, Mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine and most importantly an incredible husband and father to 3 very aspiring and global thinking kids.
The former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion is now Mayor of the Ukrainian capital, and tells us why we should come.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko endorses the Independent's Christmas campaign, raising funds for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The mayor of Kyiv and former boxer Vitali Klitschko supported the imposing of the restricted martial law in Ukraine. There is an unprecedented concentration of Russian military on the Ukrainian border, said Klitschko. If Russia gets more aggressive, Europe would have to react (in German).
The Kiev mayor was one of the most dominant fighters of his era, and he says sport gave him skills he uses every day in his new career.
Vitali Klitschko (Kirguistán, 19-7-1971) nos recibe en su despacho, el del alcalde de Kiev. Tres veces campeón del mundo de los pesos pesados, ahora es una estrella de la política en Ucrania. Y no oculta su entusiasmo por albergar la final: “Los alcaldes de todo el mundo me envidiarán”.
Vitali Klitschko, Ex-Boxweltmeister und heute Bürgermeister der ukrainischen Hauptstadt Kiew, hat viel erreicht, aber auch noch viel vor.
By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN Published: October 26, 2012 BORYSPIL, Ukraine — Vitali Klitschko, the world heavyweight boxing champion, stood on an outdoor stage — gloves off, sport coat on — pounding away, oratorically, in his bid to win a large number of seats for his party in Ukraine’s parliamentary elections on Sunday.
By Vitali Klitschko Ukraine’s parliamentary election this Sunday is a referendum on the presidency of Viktor Yanukovich who won power in February 2010, in a free and fairly contested democratic election. Since then, however, the rules of the parliamentary election system have been changed to favour allies he hopes will continue supporting him.
By Roman Olearchyk in Cherkassy Ukrainians have for years cheered on the reigning world heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko as he conquered his opponents in the ring. Now millions of voters want to see the boxer deliver a political knockout to their president, Viktor Yanukovich.They may get their chance next week. Mr Klitschko’s party is enjoying a surge in popularity ahead of parliamentary elections on October 28.
(Reuters) - Heavyweight boxing champion Vitaly Klitschko is heading for a place in Ukraine's raucous parliament and he says he is squaring up for "a fight without rules" against President Viktor Yanukovich's ruling Party of the Regions.
On Saturday, I successfully defended my title as the heavyweight boxing champion at Moscow's Olimpiisky Sports Complex. As a 40-year-old not getting any younger, I recognize that my professional boxing career may soon end.