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Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi, who regularly gives himself and his deputies huge bonuses, claims that he is contributing to the revitalization of the city and does not worry about the possible consequences for his rating. However, it is surprising that his eldest son, Pavlo-Ivan Sadovyi, did not return to Ukraine after completing his studies in the UK, even before the military draft, which had long since come for his age group.
A few months ago, the son of the Lviv mayor introduced himself on LinkedIn, where he stated that he lived and worked in England.
According to the latest reports, Pavlo-Ivan Sadovyi has begun to erase his trace on the Internet. He deleted information about his job as a busy marketer at Spivanyk, a Nottingham-based company. It was there that Ivan-Pavlo Sadovyi graduated from Trent University Business School last July.
At the moment, Ivan Pavlo indicates that he is a project manager and marketer at Ukrainian radio LuxFM, working remotely and part-time. This media asset belongs to his mother, Kateryna Kit-Sadova.
“Your turn to fight has come – go fight. If you have the opportunity, please help. My deputy, Marian Lopachak, is now serving in the Armed Forces, and my second deputy, Serhiy Kiral, who was a member of the Verkhovna Rada of the last convocation, goes to the front line every month and works as a drone operator. A lot of people in Lviv’s local government and municipal organizations went to war, they are serving, and they keep getting summonses” Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi said today in an interview with Radio NV.
Andriy Sadovyi did not say a word about his son, who was a conscript abroad. Although a year earlier he had assured me that his son would go to war as soon as he passed the military department.
“I think everyone will go through the war. I’m more in favor of the system that Israel has, where both men and women have to serve in the armed forces” the head of Lviv said on his wife’s friendly radio station LuxFM and added that their eldest son had registered at the military commissariat.