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"Bucha is staged": Ukrainian actress Vitalina Bibliv burst into tears as she talks about her family in Russia and her aunt and uncle under occupation

Bibliv burst into tears while talking about her relatives

The star of Ukrainian films and TV series, Vitalina Bibliv, could not hold back her tears as she spoke about her relatives in occupation and her friends in Russia, who turned away from her in the most difficult time. The goddaughter of the actress's father cynically claimed that the Ukrainians had staged a "play in Bucha," so the actress cut off contact with her.

She did the same with her friends in Russia, who were "very empathetic" but did not leave the country and continue to pay taxes to the Kremlin. Vitalina Bibliv spoke about this in an interview with Alina Dorotiuk.

A resident of the Russian Federation who kept in touch with the star of the TV series Servant of the People, Lucy the Intern, and House of Fortune did not believe that Ukrainians were being terrorized. She cynically stated that she was "proud to be Russian" when the Russian army was killing, looting, and torturing Ukrainians.

"We don't keep in touch with my dad's goddaughter after she wrote that Bucha was a staged event. I realized that I could not continue to have a dialog with her. It's like telling a fool that he is a fool. I wished her all the best and that her child would never know what Bucha is. I don't want to know her. I had other friends who were very empathetic. One of them left Russia, and I still keep in touch with her. I stopped talking to the others," said Vitalina Bibliv.

The actress could not hold back her tears, saying that every Ukrainian was affected by the war, and her family was no exception. The star's relatives from the Kherson region have been living under occupation for more than a year.

"We don't have a single person in the country who hasn't been affected. My aunt and uncle have been under occupation for more than a year, and we haven't been in touch with them for two weeks. We don't know how they are, where they are," the actress said, wiping away her tears.

''Bucha is staged'': Ukrainian actress Vitalina Bibliv burst into tears as she talks about her family in Russia and her aunt and uncle under occupation

Despite this, the actress decided not to wait for "another life" but to spend every day as if it were her last, rejoicing in the opportunity to wake up in the morning.

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