On the same day that the war broke out, Andreas Segerberg and the other volunteers started running and backed up Ukrainian websites.  

Libraries, archives and authorities are as vulnerable as the rest of society, it rains bombs and websites are exposed to attacks.

If you do not act at once, the material risks disappearing, says Andreas Segerberg.  

Hundreds of pages have gone out 

On a daily basis, he works as a teacher and research coordinator at the University of Gothenburg.

At the same time, he is active both in the international network Sucho, which saves the cultural institutions' websites, and in a small Swedish network with about ten people who copy government websites.  

Hundreds of sites have already been extinguished, including an archive of the history of the Soviet intelligence service, the KGB, and even the websites of courts. 

- However, we have very good copies of them, says Andreas Segerberg.  

"Should there have been crisis preparedness" 

Sucho receives sponsorship from companies and private individuals, but works primarily non-profit.

Andreas Segerberg is critical of the fact that the task fell mainly on volunteers.

He thinks that Swedish authorities and institutions should take greater responsibility.  

-There should have been a crisis preparedness for this, Swedish authorities send medical equipment and weapons, but this aspect of the cultural heritage is also very important.  

This saves thousands of Ukrainian websites - in order to one day be returned to Ukrainian institutions and to the government, Andreas Segerberg hears in the clip.