Angelina Jolie Visits Ukraine: Due to the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia, the situation remains worse. The scene of devastation is visible everywhere in Ukraine. 

Now in the meantime, Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has surprised everyone. She was seen in a cafe in Lviv, Ukraine. Apart from this, she was also seen meeting the children there.  

She met with medical volunteers

During this, Angelina also met the medical volunteers of Ukraine who provide medical and mental help to the people of Ukraine. During this, Angelina also met orphans and injured children evacuated from the Donetsk region.

This video surfaced from the cafe When Angelina Jolie arrived at a cafe in Lviv, Ukraine, the people of Ukraine were shocked to see her except for a boy who was glued to his phone. Angelina Jolie comes to a cafe for a cup of coffee. The 46-year-old actress did the same on Saturday, leaving Ukrainians staring at her. 

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People are shocked to see Angelina in the cafe 

 A video of Angelina (Angelina Jolie Video) has surfaced from the cafe, in which she suddenly shocks everyone by reaching a cafe, but in the meantime, a boy sitting in the same cafe does not see her or just says that she is So lost in his phone that he did not even know. 

After all this, Jolie was surrounded by fans in Ukraine from all sides. Posting this video, it was written, 'Angelina Jolie was seen in a coffee shop in Lviv. She reached Ukraine as a part of UN @Refugees. More than 5.3 million people left Ukraine to flee the Russian invasion. 

She also visited the hospital Recently 

Angelina Jolie also visited a hospital in Rome, which has dozens of refugee children. 

During this, she expressed concern and support for Ukraine. The Hollywood star has also visited several conflict zones to help provide support as part of her work for the UNHCR. 

The actress is associated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 

 Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has been associated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for almost two decades and works for the betterment of the people. Earlier in March, Jolly also visited the country to provide aid to refugees during the Yemen Civil War. 

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