Ukrainian actor Pasha Lee dies defending his country from Russian forces
- Ukrainian actor Pasha Lee passed away at the age of 33, according to BBC
- The star died due to a Russian Bombardment in the town of Irpin
- He joined Ukraine's territorial defense force in Irpin after the Russian invasion started
- Some of Pasha’s projects include the 2016 action-comedy 'Selfie Party' and the sports-action film 'The Fight Rules'
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Pasha Lee, a Ukrainian actor, passed away at the age of 33, according to a report by BBC. He died due to a Russian Bombardment in the town of Irpin.
The actor joined Ukraine's territorial defense force in Irpin after the Russian invasion started.
Many netizens expressed their heartbreak over the tragic death of Pasha. Many of them also praised him for showing courage and strength in defending his country. Furthermore, they expressed their hope that the war between Russia and Ukraine will finally cease.
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Pasha Lee rose to fame in Europe with his roles in the 2016 action-comedy 'Selfie Party' and the sports-action film 'The Fight Rules'. He was also a host on the popular Ukrainian entertainment program 'Day At Home,’ according to Wionews. In a report by Yahoo News, Pasha lent his voice to the Ukrainian dubbings of “The Hobbit” film series and the 2019 remake of “The Lion King.”
In a previous report by KAMI, Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo released her official statement on the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Just like the Philippine government, she is likewise condemning Russia’s attack on the said country. She said in her official statement that it is a moral imperative to stand against the bullying and unprovoked aggression against Ukraine. The Philippines has voted Yes to the UN General Assembly resolution, which called for an end to the hostilities against Ukraine.
In another report by KAMI, two military reserves in Ukraine went viral after they got married amidst the Russian invasion. The newlyweds were identified as Valerii Fylymonov and Lesia Ivashchenko, who were wearing their military uniforms during the wedding. The viral news brought hope and happiness to many Ukrainians and to many people around the world.