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Brezhnieva, who is "heart and soul" with Ukraine, gave a big concert in Kazakhstan with Russian repertoire of "VIA GRA"

Brezhnieva performed in Kazakhstan

Ukrainian singer Vira Brezhnieva, who cut ties with Russia and supported Ukraine in the war, gave a big concert in Astana, Kazakhstan, where she performed Russian repertoire of VIA GRA.

To the delight of propagandists, she shared the video on her social media. Although the star has recently been singing Ukrainian-language songs, no videos have appeared on her blog.

Brezhneva was a little late for the concert, so the show started at 9 p.m. The artist sang live her hits "No More Attraction," "Attempt No. 5," and more.

Brezhnieva, who is ''heart and soul'' with Ukraine, gave a big concert in Kazakhstan with Russian repertoire of ''VIA GRA''

There were other Russian-language tracks by the singer: "Pink Smoke", "Real Life", "Close People", "Petals of Tears", etc. It is noteworthy that the artist has reserved the opportunity to sing tracks written by her ex-husband Kostantyn Meladze.

She had three more concerts scheduled until February 21, but one of them - in Kyrgyzstan - was canceled for allegedly technical reasons. The Ukrainian singer announced her performances two weeks ago.

Before the mini-tour, the star gave an interview to the Ukrainian magazine Elle, which featured her on the cover. In it, the star assured that she was "with Ukraine in heart and soul"

"The most important thing for me is that in difficult times I am with my country with my heart and soul. It matters to me. I have done and am doing what I can. I have only myself to wake up with every morning and look myself in the eye in the mirror. With my conscience, I am clear," Brezhnieva said.

Brezhnieva, who is ''heart and soul'' with Ukraine, gave a big concert in Kazakhstan with Russian repertoire of ''VIA GRA''

During the year, she released seven Ukrainian songs, but it is unknown whether Brezhnieva will include them in her concert program in the future.

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