An actor who advocated the seizure of Crimea died in Russia


Actor Vyacheslav Hryshechkin, known for the Russian series “Brigade”, “Soldiers” and “Happy Together”, died in Russia at the age of 62.

The actor’s death was reported by the founder and leader of the “Artists to the Soldiers of Russia” movement, which supports the Russian invaders, writes UA.NEWS with reference to Russian propaganda media.

It is reported that a few days ago the star of the series was admitted to the hospital due to heart problems.

The actor spent the last week in intensive care in an extremely serious condition.

It is noted that in recent years, Hryshechkin regularly appeared before Russian terrorists from the ranks of the Russian army.

He repeatedly spoke in the occupied Crimea and approved the annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula to Russia.

“The accession of Crimea to Russia is the restoration of historical justice.

The land belongs to the one who built and created the most on it, who protected it from foreign enemies.

And this is the Russian people. And you don’t need to be afraid of American and European sanctions, you don’t need to listen to the opinion of the West,” Vyacheslav Hryshechkin said during one of the interviews.

In 1994, Vyacheslav Hryshechkin was awarded the title “Honored Artist of Russia”, and in 2013 he was awarded the medal of the Order “For Merit to the Motherland” of the 2nd degree.

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