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It became known where actor Dmytro Sova ended up after mobilization

The actor starred in the film "Cherkasy," depicting events in Crimea during the annexation

Popular actor Dmytro Sova (known for "Cherkasy," "One Million Dollar Village," and "Souvenir from Odesa") received a call-up from the military commissariat and stood up to defend Ukraine. Now, the actor is in the Khmelnytsky region.

Dmytro Sova shared this information in an interview with OBOZ.UA. The actor's father-in-law, the father of the popular actress Dasha Leheida (known for "The Serf," "Father Had Two Dreams," "Daughters and Mother," "The Artist"), also serves in the Armed Forces.

Dmytro says that he went to the military registration and enlistment office on his initiative: "I wanted to know my status because I like to be prepared. They asked about my specialty, and I told them I was a theater and film actor. They replied, 'Wait.'"

"I was conscripted by the military enlistment office at the end of June," says the actor Sova. "They said, 'Dmytro Pavlovych, pick up the summons.' I wasn't at home at the time, so I asked them to put it in the mailbox. When I returned, I retrieved it. I called my friends at Azov, my father-in-law, who was already serving in the air force. I wanted to go to one of my friends so I wouldn't have to establish additional communication."

It became known where actor Dmytro Sova ended up after mobilization

"That's how I ended up in the unit where my wife's father serves," Dmytro Sova continued. "It's a tactical aviation brigade in Starokostiantyniv. I am in the security battalion. How is the service going? It depends on the situation. I am very inspired by the pilots I see when I have a chance to visit my dad. He is a squadron commander, a fighter pilot by profession, and he is still flying."

It became known where actor Dmytro Sova ended up after mobilization

From the very first days of the Great War, the actor and his wife's father went to the military enlistment office: "We registered. We traveled with them for a few days, transporting medicine, and then they started setting up checkpoints near my house - we were on duty at one of them. We stood there for two weeks and then moved to the left bank of Kyiv, where our help was needed more. We settled with our family in a private house in Oskorki, the home of our relatives who moved to the west of Ukraine. For safety's sake, we settled in the basement and lived there for two weeks. And then we went to Yaremche. I took my wife, her mother, and all our animals there, and then returned to Kyiv. I started volunteering."

Read the full interview with the actor on Sunday, November 26, on OBOZ.UA.

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