Russia's Marhariya Holubieva confirmed that she wanted to make friends with Ukraine's Angelina Usanova at Miss Universe 2023
Russian model Marharyta Holubieva represented the terrorist country at Miss Universe 2023 this year. As it has become known, the Russian tried very hard to make friends with participants from other countries, giving them gifts related to Russia and "great Russian culture." The representative of Ukraine, Angelina Usanova , was also among those whom the competitor from the aggressor state tried to appease.
Earlier, Angelina told how the Russian woman told her that she "came in peace." In an interview with the propaganda media, Golubeva did not hide the fact that she really wanted to make friends with all the participants.
"It all depends on how you position yourself in the competition. I was open and friendly to everyone, so I developed good relationships with all the participants," said the "dove of peace," who is very proud of her country and speaks openly about it, while keeping silent about the war and the crimes of the occupiers.
According to the Russian, "the atmosphere in the team was very warm."
"At the contest, I met a lot of girls from different countries. It was interesting to learn about their cultures and traditions. I communicated most with my neighbor from Latvia, a girl from Kazakhstan, Australia, Denmark, Greece and others. They are all open and friendly. In general, the atmosphere in our team was very warm," Holubieva said.
Meanwhile, Angelina Usanova said that the representative of the enemy state tried to smear her as well. She immediately said that she "came in peace". And the organizers of the contest tried to "make friends" between the Ukrainian and the Russian. To do this, at the welcome party in El Salvador, they sat the girls at the same table next to each other.
The representative of Ukraine immediately made it clear to the Russian that their communication would be unnecessary.
As OBOZ.UA wrote earlier, Angelina Usanova told why she failed to get into the top 20. According to the Kyivan, since the contest went bankrupt, the organizers prefer participants from countries that are potentially interesting to sponsors.
We would also like to remind you that Nicaragua's Sheinnis Palacios became the new Miss Universe. See the winner's photos here.