Wright told H2 View he is unable to “sit around and watch the horror unfold” and is sourcing supplies to take with him as he prepares to make the journey from Sweden to the Ukraine/Polish border.

Wright revealed to H2 View that he formerly worked for a Ukrainian business and has many friends with families in the country he has been in contact with.

“I am in Sweden now with a van in order to collect medical supplies from the Swedish health service and will leave for Ukraine tomorrow morning,” he told H2 View.

“The public are very supportive with clothes, beds, food and drink. As I have medical contacts I focus on medical supplies, the staff at the hospital of Kherson have no medical supplies and are unable to leave hospital for four days.

“I am now focusing on providing support to them. I am in contact with one of their managing directors and we are coordinating drop off and type of material.

“I have been working 18 hour days in the last three days to arrange this.”

Anyone is able to provide assistance to Wright, please contact him at william@wright.se.