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Chmerkovskiy arrived in Warsaw, Poland on Tuesday, according to several Instagram posts. The professional dancer took to his social media account to discuss the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia and his guilt about leaving the country.
“I felt wrong to leave,” Chmerkovsky said. while living.
He explained the conditions of the train, saying that it was crowded with people, including women and children. Chmerkovskiy claimed that he was unable to get off the train at any station as it headed to Warsaw.
“I still feel guilty for being on this train,” he added.
Chmerkovskiy also revealed that some of his friends on the front line are fighting against Russian invasion.
“I don’t know if they are dead,” he admitted.
The choreographer also encouraged Russian citizens to protest the attack on Ukraine.
“Putin is finished,” he said. “Someone needs to be eliminated because it’s over.”
“So, the Russians do what you want,” Chmerkovsky added. “Because it will take 30 years for Russia not to be associated with evil.”
Chmerkovsky began publishing information about his time in Ukraine on Thursday, where Russia launched an offensive the country described as a “special military operation.” The “DWTS” alum was in the country while filming for the Ukrainian version of “Dancing with the Stars”.
his wife and colleague”Dancing with the Stars“The loyal Peta Murgatroyd asked by her followers on social media to pray for Chmerkovsky’s safe return from Ukraine.
Chmerkovsky said he will continue to share videos and photos of the devastation in Ukraine’s urban areas on his social media to highlight what is really happening in the country.
Russian forces escalated their attacks on crowded urban areas Tuesday, bombing the central square in Ukraine’s second-largest city and the main TV tower in Kyiv in what the country’s president described as a blatant campaign of terror.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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