An­driy Sala­hornyk: “War made me re­al­ize I have to de­velop and go for­ward”

The Ukrainian Week - - SOCIETY -

An­driy stud­ied to be a den­tist. He also thinks that pri­vate busi­ness pushes a per­son to work on tasks, es­pe­cially when it's some­thing that per­son likes. Andry had thoughts of launch­ing his own busi­ness long be­fore the war. He was ac­tive in the Maidan and started up Bili Berety (White Berets) civil group, a spe­cial-pur­pose med­i­cal di­vi­sion. Later he served in ATO as part of the 59th mo­bile med­i­cal unit. Cur­rently, An­driy is the owner of SONRISA den­tal prac­tice in Ternopil and strug­gling with Ukrainian bu­reau­cracy. He thinks that so­vi­et­style mech­a­nisms of gov­ern­ment con­trol have to change and a pro­gram for ATO veter­ans launched. “We have fought and found strength to launch a pri­vate busi­ness. Don't we de­serve tax and util­ity rate ben­e­fits for our com­pa­nies?” he won­ders.

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