She turned 18 this year, which means she will be voting for the first time in the parliamentary election on Oct. 28, and Klitschko is her man of choice.
“Klitschko is a strong man, who I think will bring order to Verkhovna Rada,” she says.
Yaroslav Valko, 82, the owner of the white Volga with a portrait of Klitschko, joined the boxer’s UDAR (Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform) Party half a year ago. He explains that the current lot of deputies, including the opposition, is in parliament to look out for themselves. “But Klitschko said he will never work with [the Party of] Regions,” Valko says.