Oksana Bayrak, who calls Ukraine and Russia “fraternal peoples”, is holed up in the Odessa region

Oksana Bayrak, who calls Ukraine and Russia “fraternal peoples”, is holed up in the Odessa region

Oksana Bayrak, who calls Ukraine and Russia “brotherly peoples”, is holed up in the Odessa region

The famous Ukrainian director, screenwriter and producer Oksana Bayrak,who is also known for her love for the USSR and Russia, shared a photo taken after the cancellation of the air raid alert in the Odessa region. Obviously, it is in this region that the celebrity is sitting out a full-scale war.

As can be understood from the description of the photo, the director is not very excited about the situation in the country, so she shifted the focus to compliments addressed to her. She published the corresponding picture in her Instagram stories.

Bayrak captured herself in the mirror in the elevator. She was wearing a light summer dress with bright colors and pink flip-flops.

“She was pretty, even going down into the bomb shelter. And returning. Home. Some paint fairs. Honestly”, – the star signed the frame.

At the top, she left a message that the air raid in the Odessa region had stopped and it was possible to leave the shelters.

 Oksana Bairak, who calls Ukraine and Russia “brotherly peoples”, is holed up in the Odessa region

Recall that earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote that Ukrainian actress Natalka Denisenko told how a full-scale war in Oksana Bayrak reacted to Ukraine. Despite all the horrors happening in her native country, the filmmaker, according to the star “Krepostnoy”, continued to defend Russia, and called the Russians “brotherly people”.

Also Oksana Bayrak previously supported collaborator Snezhana Yegorova, who expressed support for Putin and also told fans that she was not born in Ukraine, but in the USSR. According to the director, this is her greatest happiness. The celebrity condemned the domestic authorities, which since 2015 have not allowed actor Dmitry Kharatyan to cross Ukrainian borders, since he illegally visited Crimea.