: Moscow company to register 'Free Savchenko' and 'Gulp of Freedom' trademarks

17:45 May. 27, 2016

Moscow company to register 'Free Savchenko' and 'Gulp of Freedom' trademarks

FreeSavchenko banners are seen on the gates of the Russian embassy building in Kyiv (UNIAN photo)

The same firm tried to organize war tours to eastern Ukraine and Syria

Moscow entrepreneurs aim to register 'Free Savchenko' and ‘Gulp of Freedom' tradenames. That is according to the president of Russia's First Patent Company Anatoliy Aronov, who helped to fill in the application form.

"Gulp of Freedom" is registered to sell soft and energy drinks, and, possibly vodka, in future," Aronov said referring to the applicant.

The firm wants to invent a special recipe with high oxygen concentration.

Aronov added that ‘Free Savchenko' drinks are to be distributed for free among people who sympathize Ukraine. The label will have a QR code with information about Ukrainian pilot.

Earlier Aronov said that some Russian businessmen want to register 'Jamala 1944' trademark to sell clothes and drinks, and organize trips to the Russian-occupied Crimean peninsula.

The president of the First Patent Company is also known for attempts to organize 'Novorossiya tours', and set up 'DPR' and 'LPR' bars for the former militant fighters and refugees from the self-proclaimed eastern Ukraine's republics on the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.



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