Being born in the Donetsk Region of Ukraine life was already programmed to be problematic. His childhood was plagued with ethnic fighting amongst Ukrainian and Russian people. When in 2014 the Russian Federation Invaded and supplied Russian Seperatists in their war in eastern Ukraine young Borysko had to flee together with his mother towards the west to escape the war. His father stayed behind to fight off the Russian Invasion. He was later killed in 2019 when the 1st Guard Tank Army overran Ukrainian positions. Borysko joined up with the Ukrainian military shortly before the RF overran the country. His duty was cut short with the surrendering with the Ukrainian government. He fled the country together with his mother. They went north, not just fleeing Russian agression but also the ongoing pandemic. As they reached Norway they were fidning shelter in Harstad, a well-protected place with enough supplies. Upon hearing of another Russian invasion, this time threatening Norway Boris made his way towards Nyheim, to join up with a militia going by the name of Hirsʹki Braty.