Vladimir Umanets declined to reveal where he lives. But he said he knew he would probably be arrested:
I believe that from everything bad there's always a good outcome so I'm prepared for that but obviously I don't want to spend a few months, even a few weeks, in jail. But I do strongly believe in what I am doing, I have dedicated my life to this.
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