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Ukraine thanked celebrities, together with Ben Stiller, for assembly with President Volodymr Zelenskyy.
Stiller met with Zelenskyy on Monday as a part of World Refugee Day.
“[Ukraine] is grateful to Hollywood stars who, regardless of the hazard, have visited us. @SeanPenn, @LievSchreiber, Angelina Jolie, @BenStiller you might be extra than simply an inspiration to all of us,” a tweet from the nation learn. “Thousands and thousands world wide have heard the reality from you concerning the wrestle of the [Ukrainian] folks.”
The 56-year-old actor toured occupied Kyiv settlements and spoke with survivors of the occupied space of Irpin.
“It is one factor to see this destruction on TV or on social networks. One other factor is to see all of it with your individual eyes. That is much more stunning,” Stiller mentioned.
“What you noticed in Irpin is unquestionably dreadful. However it’s even worse to simply think about what is occurring within the settlements which are nonetheless below momentary occupation within the east,” Zelenskyy responded.
Stiller posted about his go to on social media.
“It was an honour to satisfy President @ZelenskyyUa on #WorldRefugeeDay as a part of my go to with UNHCR @Refugees to face in solidarity with folks compelled to flee in Ukraine and worldwide, and convey extra consideration to the humanitarian state of affairs,” Stiller tweeted.
Stiller is not the one celeb to make clear the continued battle between Ukraine and Russia.
Sean Penn was in Ukraine at the beginning of the battle to movie a documentary about Zelenskyy and the navy forces at play. He has since returned to California.
“We met with [Zelenskyy], a person in a swimsuit, and the following morning the Russians invaded. We went again. We had been with President Zelensky and waited for him at a gathering level. And the following time I noticed him, he was in camos and the world had modified,” Penn beforehand informed Fox Information host Bret Baier.
Angelina Jolie visited the Ukranian metropolis of Lviv in April. She spoke with kids and others who had been displaced after the Kramatorsk railway station missile strike.