Angelina Jolie Makes Surprise Trip To Ukrayina to go to youngsters, Refugees

Angelina Jolie Makes Surprise Trip To Ukrayina to go to youngsters, Refugees


Angelina Jolie visited a Lviv coffee shop during a refugee mission to Ukraine. Jolie was in Lviv to visit children evacuated from Mariupol and other devastated cities, BBC reports. LVIV. Hollywood actress and UNHCR humanitarian Angelina Jolie unexpectedly visited the city of Lviv in western Ukraine, the governor of the Lviv region said on Telegram. Angelina Jolie made a surprise visit to the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on Saturday, where she spent time with war-torn children, volunteers, and refugees.    


Actress-director Angelina Jolie visits children and volunteers at a medical facility after Ukrainian migrants arrive on an evacuation train from the Donetsk region, Lviv region Maxim Kozitsky on Telegram wrote. A video posted on social media shows actress and director Angelina Jolie UNO signing autographs for a fan in the city, a relatively safe haven during the Russian invasion. In one of the photos, Jolie communicates with refugees displaced by the war with Russia at the Lviv train station. According to the Lviv governor, Ms. Julie also met displaced people arriving at Lviv Central Station, as well as Ukrainian volunteers who provided medical assistance and counseling to new immigrants. 


UN Representative Angelina Jolie traveled to the Ukrainian city of Lviv to meet with displaced people, including children who were being treated for injuries sustained in a rocket attack on Kramatorsk train station in early April, ET Canada reported. Jolie, 46, stressed the need to support all displaced families and refugees when she arrived in the Yemeni capital on Sunday. In early March, Angelina also visited the country to help refugees during the civil war in Yemen. The Hollywood star also traveled to several conflict zones to provide support as part of her work for UNHCR.   

 

In an Instagram post, Angelina Jolie compared the plight of fleeing Ukrainian refugees to the struggles of other refugee groups around the world. Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is the UNHCR's special representative, and more than 12.7 million people, about 30 percent of Ukraine's pre-war population, have fled their homes in the past two months, according to reports. Maxim Kozutsky/Lviv City Hall via The Associated Press Hollywood movie star and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie poses with children Saturday in Lviv, Ukraine. At the hospital, Hollywood star Angelina Jolie visited children injured in the bombing of the Kramatorsk train station accused of being hit by a Russian missile that killed more than 50, according to the governor Civilians trying to flee the fires in the east.

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