Since a very young age, I have always been very active, so I learned to channel that energy into different types of activities. I have been doing ballroom dancing professionally since I was four, entered musical school when I turned six, and started my career as a singer. Music inspires me, and I cannot imagine a day without it.
I have always had a thirst for knowledge, so school was given to me quite quickly; I graduated with honors. I then decided to join the Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages for translation and interpreting studies.
In 2014, my family and I were forced to move from our native city and register as internally displaced people (IDPs). At the time, I was 18, and my mother needed to rent an apartment, and given that my mother had retired, the amount of money she got would not even cover 30% of our daily expenses. Therefore, I started my first job to support my family financially and became an adult.
Knowledge of foreign languages in those days immensely helped the next chapter of my politically active life. It allowed me to broaden my horizons, learn about other countries and improve my professional skills in being part of national and international projects, initiatives, and forums. My slogan, which I try to follow throughout my life, is “self-development and chill,” which you may find on my Instagram page if you want to get more insights into my life.
NB! Due to the war in Ukraine, Artur was forced to leave his home behind for the second time in his life. On the 23rd of February 2022, he happened to be in Istanbul. Now he is in Romania with his mother, where he helps organize humanitarian aid for his country.