Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra say they are planning a European tour to raise money for the Ukrainian army.
The group returned to the war torn country yesterday following Saturday night's emotional win in Turin.
Frontman Oleh Psiuk told a televised news conference that the band would soon announce on Instagram where they will tour.
They also plan to auction off the winners trophy with the proceeds going to charity.
Psiuk said ''At every opportunity, we are going to raise money for the soldiers''.
He also mentioned his hopes that Ukraine would host the Eurovision song contest next year and thanked the fighters still in the Azovstal Steelworks in Mariupol.
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