More than 1 million individuals have effectively escaped Ukraine in a fast departure over seven days after Russia attacked and assaulted key urban areas the nation over.
Entertainers Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have sworn to coordinate to $3 million in help to dislodged Ukrainians.
More than 1 million individuals have as of now escaped Ukraine in a fast mass migration over seven days after Russia attacked and assaulted key urban communities the nation over.
The couple made their declaration in a video posted on Kutcher’s Instagram account on Thursday.
“I was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine in 1983,” Kunis says in the video. “I came to America in 1991. I have always considered myself an American, a proud American. I love everything that this country has done for me and my family. But today I have never been more proud to be a Ukrainian.”
“And I’ve never been more proud to be married to a Ukrainian,” Kutcher added.
Kunis continued: “The events that have unfolded in Ukraine are devastating. There is no place in this world for this kind of unjust attack on humanity.”
Individuals of Ukraine are solid and fearless, yet being solid and bold doesn’t mean you’re not deserving of help.
Individuals of Ukraine are solid and courageous, however, being solid and valiant doesn’t mean you’re not deserving of help.
Kutcher said he and Kunis are fund-raising for an “aid project that will have prompt effect and supply genuinely necessary exile and helpful guide to the area.”
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“The principal challenge right now is logistics. We need to get housing and we need to get supplies and resources into the area,” he said.
Flexport is coordinating shipments of vital supplies to exile destinations in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, and Moldova, while Airbnb is without giving, transient lodging to Ukrainian evacuees, the couple wrote in their post.
Kunis and Kutcher join superstar couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively who vowed to coordinate to $1 million in help to uprooted Ukrainians recently.
“The people of Ukraine are strong and brave, but being strong and brave doesn’t mean you’re not worthy of support,” Kunis said. “We need to support the people of Ukraine.”