In a video published to Facebook by reporter Mayya Podgorodetskaya, Jolie is seen smiling in a billowy gray sweatshirt and finalizing an sign for a fan.
Podgorodetskaya’s caption was equated by Insider to checkout, “I simply went to have a coffee, and it’s just Angelina Jolie. Ukraine is just supported by the whole world.”
In addition to getting a cup of Joe, Jolie “met with orphaned and displaced kids,” according to a report from NBC News. Her representative said the objective of her see was to “bear witness to the human effect of the dispute, and to assistance the civilian population.”
In a declaration acquired by the news outlet, the starlet and activist stated that “the effect the war is having on a generation of Ukrainian kids is ravaging to see.” She included that, “no kid anywhere needto have to leave their houses, or witness the murder of their liked ones, or experience shelling and the damage of their houses. Yet that is the truth of so numerous kids in Ukraine and around the world.”
Jolie is no completestranger to worldwide strife, especially in Eastern Europe. In 2012, she was called a Special Envoy to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) “after years of devoted service.” Her veryfirst narrative function movie as a director, In The Land of Blood and Honey, was set throughout the Balkan War and shot in Hungary with a cast consistedof completely from previous Yugoslavian nations.
In March of this year, Jolie likewise visited Yemen to “to help refugees from the nation’s continuous civil war,” according to CBS News.
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