Glasgow, Scotland, 26th April 2019. 78-years old Jim Gillies stands in George Square with his placard remembering the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the Ukraine. Today marks the 33rd anniversary of the disaster and Jim Gillies has marked the disaster day, by standing with his placard in the Square ever year since, as well as donating more than £20,000 GBP to a hospital in Ukraine, a country he has now visited approximately 20 times. Credit: jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News

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Glasgow, Scotland, 26th April 2019. 78-years old Jim Gillies stands in George Square with his placard remembering the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the Ukraine. Today marks the 33rd anniversary of the disaster and Jim Gillies has marked the disaster day, by standing with his placard in the Square ever year since, as well as donating more than £20,000 GBP to a hospital in Ukraine, a country he has now visited approximately 20 times. Jim Gillies says, "It was such a momentus event, it has got to be remembered. I love Ukraine, the people, the kids and sick kids. Somebody has to remember them, and I'll do it as long as I can". In Glasgow, Scotland, on 26 April 2019. Credit: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Alamy Live News
Location: Glasgow, Scotland

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