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WorldRussia'Just keep quiet, pretend like nothing is going on', says Russian actor

The Advisor to the Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs, Anton Gerashchenko, on Saturday has shared the video of Russian actor, Anatoliy Beliy, who has moved to Israel from Russia after resigning from his theater. It is to be noted that, Beliy was not supporting the war.

Advisor Gerashchenko took it to his official social media handle to share the video of Russian actor, Anatoliy Beliy, adding that, “Anatoliy Beliy, Russian actor, is against the war. He resigned from his theater and moved from Russia to Israel. Here he explains why he cannot live in Russia.”

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In the video, Beliy explained that, “Just keep quiet, pretend that nothing is going on like 90 per cent of my colleagues do, simply- nothing is going and everything is fine. I will never understand that. I don’t want to tell them anything.”

He said that, “I don’t want to talk to them at all. They have been cut out of my life. And that’s it. I wont say one word. I don’t want to. I have no need to talk to them. About what?! It was terrible depression. I walked around like that because I knew everything has turned upside down around me. Those people I greeted and befriended yesterday are now saying “Kill” in a rabid, angry way…”

“And I had to go on stage. In front of whom? With whom? It was awful. Emigration, in my case and in any case, is salvation. In all aspects, it’s a salvation. I just took my family out of a prison. Out of a country with no future,” elaborates Russian actor.

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