Some curious toys marketed by a Ukrainian company

Stuffed Javelin missiles, An-225 planes and Bayraktar drones: the latest in Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is also taking shape in the world of toys, at least in the invaded country, reflecting what many Ukrainian children now admire.

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A few days ago, the journalist Olga Tokariuk commented: “I bought a Mriya for my kid, because every child needs to have a Dream” (Mriya means “Dream” in Ukrainian). Olga was referring to the Antonov An-225 Mriya, but it’s not like she bought a real one, but this cute stuffed version:

As you will remember, the An-225 was the largest plane in the world and was destroyed by the Russians who took over the Hostomel airport. By doing that, they have made it a symbol for many Ukrainians.

Among the new stuffed toys are also the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles, a weapon that has proven to be very effective and has enabled the Ukrainian forces to cause serious problems for the Russians.

There is also a stuffed version of the Bayraktar TB2 drone, to which the Ukrainians have even dedicated a song, in view of how useful it is proving to be.

These toys are sold by the Ukrainian company Toys-Kopitsa.com.ua. I don’t know if they can ship abroad.

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