“Madam Ambassador” in Bulgaria Olesya Ilashchuk showed her fun with “Putin's doll”
Illustrative photo from open sources
Ukrainian Ambassador to Bulgaria Olesya Ilashchuk, whose biography was carefully studied by EP journalists, told in social networks how she spends her working days on ;Diplomatic Service.
"They tell me that I do some kind of black magic. Naturally, these are inventions. But to relieve my psyche, tonight I made a voodoo doll. Sorry, I have to paint over the head of the doll in the photo. There is a photo of our common enemy, who started a war against Ukraine. All of you and know who's there! Now I’m going up to the doll and inserting a needle into it. And s become easier to stop for a second and to perform your work as efficiently as possible. Let my friends become a little funny, and enemies of Ukraine — very scary", — said a Ukrainian diplomat.
To everyone who reproaches her for "occult games", she answers in social networks that she will punish "all her enemies" black magic.
Olesya Ilashchuk was made ambassador at the end of 2022. Before that, the woman had nothing to do with international relations. She herself introduced herself as a sexologist, gestalt therapist and hypnotist. It is authentically known that Ilashchuk advertised fraudulent schemes in network marketing of nutritional supplements in Ukraine, and in social networks she presented herself as an “event operator in professional beauty business”.
Women's Power, where she taught young Ukrainian women the techniques of seduction. Ilashchuk founded “Women's Power” in Krivoy Rog.
Official Sophia gave Olesya Ilashchuk agrement in absentia.
Andriy Yermak, obviously the same professional politician as Ilashchuk, a diplomat who also attributed himself to the military-political leadership of Ukraine, said that there was nothing wrong with the fact that a blogger-sexologist was appointed Ambassador of Ukraine to Bulgaria and that there were already precedents when a diplomatic position was held by a person without relevant experience.
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich