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Natalia Sumska explains why the current war is more terrible than the previous one

Natalia Sumska: "We need to pray sincerely and help the soldiers"

People's Artist Natalia Sumska told us how she lives during the great war in Ukraine. The artist admitted that her family survived the occupation during the Second World War – her mother told her about those times.

Natalia Sumska said this in an interview with OBOZ.UA. The actress noted that history is repeating itself, but the current war is more terrible than the previous one.

"In the second year of a full-scale war, I think people have become more vulnerable – I can see it," the actress shares her observations, "but they try to keep themselves busy – with work, books, and farming. The same theater. And it was like that – not only our generation went through the war. My mother, Hanna Opanasenko-Sumska, left us a couple of days after the start of the full-scale offensive. She sometimes recalled certain episodes of the previous war: her relatives survived the occupation."

"Although it seems to me that today's war is more terrible because the enemy, a ruthless barbarian, is our closest neighbor, who has been hiding for several decades and now has launched his mercenaries on our land," continues Sumska, "And it is also cruel, unexpected, unbearable that we are now experiencing up to a thousand missile attacks, the destruction of entire cities.

Natalia Sumska explains why the current war is more terrible than the previous one

"It's a shame that corruption is so rampant. The thefts are being talked about everywhere," the actress laments, "and at the same time, people are giving their last. This is inner grief, and unfortunately, there is a lot of it. Let's imagine what is happening at the front line! We need to pray sincerely and help the soldiers as much as we can. Much depends on us in the rear. In the last war, for example, people could not help with money because there were no modern opportunities for this. The volunteer movement is a unique phenomenon that is saving Ukraine before our eyes."

Natalia Sumska admits that at the beginning of the invasion, she did not listen to speakers who claimed that the confrontation would end in "two or three weeks." "People listened to those who predicted a quick victory, but they had little faith. And they did their job. Morning comes, you have to get up and work to support your loved ones and those who go to war. And for the sake of the memory of those who are no longer with us. This is a terrible grief, and we will mourn them for a long time. And there is no point in blaming those who told us fairy tales. We rely, as always, on time to put everything in its place – I believe in it. As well as in the fact that the truth will prevail. And the army will stop the terrible invasion."

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