A video of starlet Angelina Jolie in Lviv has actually gone viral as it appears to reveal her and a group of people running away to an air-raid shelter.
Jolie was checking out the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on Saturday and meeting individuals displaced by the war with Russia.
I have viewed the video over 180,000 times on Twitter since I published it on Saturday.
Bellingcat journalist Christo Grozev published the video on his page and captioned it “Angelina Jolie had to be hurried to an air-raid shelter as air-raid sirens went off in Lviv.”
Newsweek has not been able to independently verify when the video was taken or whether the starlet and her group were certainly running for security to a bomb shelter.
The Reuters report stated the starlet, who is likewise a special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency, had her journey disrupted due to air-raid sirens sounding.
In the video, I can see Jolie strolling quickly with a group of people out of a building into the street. At one point, a female relies on the person recording and states, “no more.”
Throughout the clip, an air-raid siren can be heard. At one point in the brief footage, a man can be seen approaching the actress in an attempt to get a selfie.
A voice can also be heard asking Jolie if she hesitates to which she replied no and added that she was all right.
During her go-to, Jolie stated said how adversely the conflict must be affecting the children that have actually been displaced.
“They should remain in shock … I understand how trauma affects kids, I understand simply having someone show how much they matter, how much their voices matter, I know how healing that is for them,” Jolie said as she kept in mind that there was a psychiatrist on duty to speak with the children.
In March, Jolie also visited Rome to go to a health center that was taking care of kids who had run away the conflict in Ukraine, according to a Sky Report.
During her trip, the actress spoke with young patients and met doctors and nurses who were looking after the children.
According to the Humanitarian help company UNICEF, as of April 21, more than 5.1 million refugees had run away Ukraine, around half of them children, given that Russia attacked the country.
UNICEF has actually included that millions more have actually been displaced within the nation and this could have lasting consequences for future generations.
Newsweek has actually gotten in touch with the Ukraine Ministry of Defence for comment.
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