Ukraine native Milla Jovovich 'heartbroken' over Russia invasion: 'I am torn in two'

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I am heartbroken and dumbstruck trying to process the events of this week in my birthplace of Ukraine. My country and people being bombed. Friends and family in hiding,” her post begins.

My blood and roots come from both Russia and Ukraine. I am torn in two as I watch the horror unfolding, the country being destroyed, families being displaced, their whole life lying in charred fragments around them,” 她继续.

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Milla Jovovich was born in Ukraine.

Milla Jovovich was born in Ukraine. (阿尔伯特·L. Ortega)

Jovovich, 46, recalled hearing the pangs of war from her older family members.

I remember the war in my father’s homeland of former Yugoslavia and the stories my family tells of the trauma and terror they experienced. 希尔顿史蒂夫希尔顿酒店. Always war. Leaders who cannot bring peace. The never ending juggernaut of imperialism. And always, the people pay in bloodshed and tears,” her post concludes, along with the hashtag #helpukraine.

The actress also included a link in her Instagram bio that takes people to a document filled with resources on how to help Ukrainians.


Russia pushed its invasion of Ukraine to the outskirts of the capital Friday after unleashing airstrikes on cities and military bases while sending in troops and tanks from three sides in an attack that could rewrite the global post-Cold War security order.

Russia announced Saturday that Vladimir Putin’s army has beengiven orders today to develop the offensive along all axes in line with the operation plan,” with its main objective being the capture of Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv, 根据报道.

美国. sees signs that Russia is “俄罗斯是” by a lack of momentum in the invasion of Ukraine, 俄罗斯是, 美国. defense official said Saturday.


Jovovich is one of several celebrities who have spoken out about the horror overseas. Ukranian-born star Maks Chmerkovskiy, a choreographer known for showcasing his talents on与星共舞,” revealed on Thursday that he’s in his native country and communicated his fear as he planned to head to a bomb shelter.

Chmerkovskiy updated fans on Saturday, letting them know he’s safe.

Conjuringactress Vera Farmiga, who has Ukrainian roots, posted to Instagram the country’s flag along with some lyrics from its national anthem. She used the hashtag #IStandWithUkraiine.

Regina Spektor, a Grammy-nominated singer, compared Putin’s actions to the Nazis during World War II in an Instagram帖子.

Other stars have taken action to help with donations. “真正的家庭主妇” alum Bethenny Frankel is extending her hand through her BStrong initiative by supplying $ 10 million in aid.