He was born on May 29, 1996 in Glevaha Ukraine into a family of IT-specialist and athlete. He was a fellow of the Kyiv Regional State Administration Head’s Scholarship. He graduated from school with honors and entered the Faculty of Law of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in 2013. He entered the Military Institute of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in order to become a military counsel in 2015. He was appointed Advisor to the President of the NGO LDLU In November 2015.
He is fan of new wave, shoegaze and post-punk rock music and is fond of philosophy (classical European and postmodern), traditional logic and argumentation theory. He studies the differences between the liberal and socialist ideas, stratification processes in the modern society, problematic aspects of legal theory and typology of legal thinking. He speaks English and German and professes values of moderate liberalism.
«Until recently I could not imagine myself as a member of any public organization. And honestly. I do not feel bad about that. During the last 25 years the rejection of the socio-political life have been developing in Ukraine. Political parties are full of hypocrites and liars, who are being controlled by some powerful puppet masters with their own best interests at heart, while public organizations are just parasites, which lead a meaningless existence just pretending to actually do something. This is how it has been since the Independence of Ukraine, except for some short periods of revolutions. And it looks like nothing will change soon. This kind of political atmosphere is not exactly pleasant for the development of active political views.
But in the same time along with a skeptical attitude toward civil activities, a strong feeling of social injustice have been growing in me. I had no idea what to do and how to do it, but I definitely knew why I wanted to do something. I wanted to act because our life does not suppose to be that way.
Since I realized that the society cannot continue existing in a such form, I started to look for a cure.
A cure for our country, which will help us to build a healthy society. And I did find it, I found much more than I expected: a great number of ideas and concepts from dozens of scientist and hundreds of books. But that was not enough. Something had been missing from the puzzle.
Behind all this theories, I forgot about actions, which have to be taken. I could have read thousands of books and even invent something myself, but all of this would not matter without being practically applied. Then I would not be any different from all those couch thinkers and home strategists, who are a big part of our society as it is.
So I began my searching again. But this time I got more complicated task (remember what I said about our society earlier?), I wanted to find like-minded people.
Fortunately, I found the LDLU. Although at the beginning I did not see how this organization is different from dozens of others, I changed my mind very quickly. And it is not only because of common beliefs, but because of the most important thing which is the desire to act and not to stand aside the everyday Ukrainian life. Moreover, it is obvious for me that the only ideology, which represents the current needs of society, is liberalism. You can argue about it, but the fact that liberal-democratic ideas has been successfully applied in real life speaks in its favor.
That is why I sincerely believe that our organization will be able to change the current situation and will help to build the new country based on the principles of freedom and justice. The Ukrainian society has been stuck in the ideological, social and economic vacuum for almost 20 years it is tired of empty promises. Ukraine deserves better. It deserves action.
I in my turn can only assure you that I will make everything to achieve our goal.
Although, even everything is not enough.»