Angelina Jolie travels to Ukraine to visit child victims of war
Angelina Jolie has traveled to Ukraine this weekend, the American star is in the city of Lviv, in the west of the country, according to the UNIAN agency. She has been seen in a hospital visiting some children injured by the conflict that Russia began on February 24, where she has experienced a moment of maximum tension when hearing the anti-aircraft alarms in the place. She has also been in a cafe in the metropolis as well, resting more calmly. Dressed comfortably and informally, with a backpack on her back, talking to people close to her and attending to those who approached her to ask for autographs, this is how she was recorded by those present.
Always committed to the most disadvantaged, the interpreter is one of the most involved famous faces of UNHCR. Since she was appointed Special Ambassador of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in 2021, she has never hesitated to pack her bags to travel to those places where she has been able to help with her presence. We were able to see her in early April in Italy, visiting some Ukrainian children who had been evacuated from her country. Alerted now by the great damage that the war in Russia continues to cause, the actress has traveled to the place of the conflict, specifically to a population that has more than 700,000 inhabitants, to help by visiting a medical center, a boarding school and the station of train
In the other of the videos of the actress that have been published, we can see Angelina running after hearing the anti-aircraft alarms, which went off while she was visiting the injured children at the Lviv hospital, a moment of maximum tension that is often experienced in area. The local media collect the testimony of Maxim Kozitski, head of the Lviv regional administration, who has given some details of the actress's visit.
After speaking with staff and volunteers at the medical centre, Ella Angelina reportedly wanted to visit injured children who were there after being victims of a Russian missile attack in Kramatorsk. The same person in charge, who accompanied the actress during the visit, tells the local media how the actress focused on the children when she arrived at the hospital and after listening carefully to them "their stories moved her deeply" and assures that "a girl told her in private as his dreams were”, he even had time to sign autographs to those who asked him.