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The artist Mykhailo Kukuyuk talked about the "best actress in Ukraine" who, after February 24, went to peel potatoes on the front

Kukuyuk: I have a friend—an actress whom I consider one of the best in Ukraine

Actor Mykhailo Kukuyuk shared a story about his colleague who joined the front line in the early days of the invasion and worked as a cook.

In an interview with OBOZ.UA, Kukuyuk revealed that the actress is currently undergoing treatment in a military hospital. He emphasized the risks faced by those not directly involved in combat, highlighting that their lives are at stake as much as the soldiers in the trenches.

"I have a friend who is an actress, and I consider her one of the best in Ukraine," said Kukuyuk. "She joined the Armed Forces right away and is now in a military hospital. We know people whose faces and bodies were scarred, and there are those whose minds couldn't cope with all this. We studied together with one of the best theater teachers, Mykola Rushkovskyi. She used to say, 'Svitlana, you will be somewhere in Europe.' She was not directly involved in clashes; being a woman, she worked in the kitchen. But for some reason, people think such individuals are more protected than soldiers. Firstly, the work is hellish: you have to get up at five in the morning, peel a bunch of stuff, cook, and then wash. Secondly, the kitchen is also a strategic object, and the enemy targets it just like the trenches."

The artist Mykhailo Kukuyuk talked about the ''best actress in Ukraine'' who, after February 24, went to peel potatoes on the front

Earlier, OBOZ.UA reported that actor Dmytro Sova, currently serving in the Armed Forces, explained why his wife, actress Dasha Leheida, who had planned to join the front as a medic, had to abandon those plans.

The actor mentioned that his wife requires surgery: "Dasha is actively involved in volunteering. Three times a week, she and the girls assist the wounded in hospitals, engaging with the guys and delivering food. Most often, they are at the Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology, where there are many wounded individuals with mobility difficulties, requiring additional helping hands. After witnessing what I saw, she mentioned more than once, 'I want to become a combat medic.' This is a very heavy burden, both physically and psychologically. She has significant knee problems, requiring surgery for a long time. When the war started, she had no time for that, although I can only imagine the effort it takes for her to perform, where she has to dance and jump."

Read the full interview with Mykhailo Kukuyuk on Sunday, December 10.

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