Our colleague Oleksandr Zdir decided to make his life journey and one of its stops was Mount Elbrus.
Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain in the Caucasus, 5642 m above sea level. It is located in the western part of the main chain of the Caucasus, on the territory of Kabardo-Balkaria in Russia near the border with Georgia. It is the highest peak of Russia. By mountaineers taking other European borders (the main ridge of the Caucasus) than the International Geographic Union and winning the Crown of the Earth, Elbrus, not Mont Blanc, is considered the highest summit of Europe.
Olek took Global Control 5 & iSMA flag with him and this way we are at the very top 🙂
Olek, thank you and we wish you best luck in counquering the world!