Amid the hustle and bustle of everyday life, little did we know that the renowned Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich had been quietly spending time in Israel.
Our exclusive camera footage spotted Abramovich enjoying a day out with two of his children at a branch of the popular Golda chain in Herzliya, savoring cold ice cream to beat the scorching summer heat.
Just a year ago, Abramovich made headlines when he sold the British soccer club, Chelsea, for a staggering $3 billion, accumulating a personal fortune estimated at around $9.2 billion.
Abramovich tries to fund Ukraine war victims, but the UK government won't let him
Recent news coverage has focused on his plans to establish a fund for the victims of the war in Ukraine, using the proceeds from the sale of Chelsea.
Reports from The New York Times indicate that the British government has encountered bureaucratic delays in setting up the fund, much to the frustration of humanitarian organizations eager to see the money put to use.
There seems to be a discrepancy between the desired destinations for the funds: while the British government intends for the money to be channeled to Ukraine, aid organizations advocate for supporting refugees both within and beyond Ukraine, even extending aid to Africa, where the consequences of the war have exacerbated food shortages.