Russian Z-patriot Evelina Blyodans reacted to the ban on entering Ukraine: "Crimea is mine"
Russian actress Evelina Blyodans, originally from the temporarily occupied Crimea, reacted to the ban on entry into Ukraine by claiming that the peninsula belongs to her. She said that no one would forbid the collaborator to admire her native land.
Blyodans was not going to travel to other Ukrainian cities. She stated this in a new interview with propagandists, where she spoke disparagingly of the National Security and Defense Council.
The artist was asked how she felt about being blacklisted in Ukraine for the second time. First, she was punished for approving the occupation of Crimea, and in 2023, she was punished for speaking to the wounded occupiers in a hospital in Eisk.
"I'm not going to Ukraine. What is the list in general? Why is it made? Does someone have nothing better to do? As for Crimea, Crimea is mine! And it will always be mine. How can I not go there if it is my homeland? Unique places where there is everything, beautiful mountains, fantastic sea, and steppe," the Russian woman said.
She admitted that every year she returns to Crimea, where she "feeds on the power of her native places, as if from a stream." In addition, Blyodans said that she considers the peninsula her homeland, not Russia or Ukraine.
It should be remembered that the artist supports the Kremlin's policy aimed at destroying the integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. She once publicly stated that "Crimea has never been Ukrainian".
Blyodans calls on Russians to fight, but she would not let her son go to the front. Now she tearfully complains that 29-year-old Nikolai, who has long lived in Israel, may be drafted into the local army.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the singer Natasha Koroleva, an ex-resident of Kyiv, made a cynical act on New Year's Eve. The artist and her husband Tarzan were nostalgic for the U.S.S.R.