The star of “the Matchmakers” Fedor Dobronravov were again in Crimea

Russian actor who was denied entry to Ukraine, went on tour in occupied Crimea

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Звезда "Сватов" Федор Добронравов снова выступил в Крыму

Fedor Dobronravov

Russian actor Fyodor Dobronravov, which on March 27 was allowed to enter the territory of Ukraine, is caught in another scandal. According to media reports, the star of the series “Matchmakers” went on tours to the occupied Crimea. Read more details in the material.

Recall that the District administrative court of Kyiv cancelled the order of the State Agency of Ukraine for the movie on the prohibition of broadcasting films and serials with the participation of Fyodor Dobronravov. However, two weeks after the lifting of the ban Dobronravov went to tour the Russian-occupied Peninsula, according to RBC, with reference to the edition “Crimea. Realities”.

It is known that on April 8 the role of Ivan Budko in “the Matchmaker” played in the play “Trap for the husband” in the Kerch Palace of culture “Korabel”. In addition, on April 10, the artist took part in the same show in “Musical theater of the Crimea” in Sevastopol.

By the way, the actor himself responded harshly to the decision of the Ministry of culture of Ukraine, calling the Ukrainian government’s decision “stupid”. “I can’t spend my time commenting on stupid decisions of the Ukrainian government. I have quite enough work without it,” – said Dobronravov reporters.

Earlier it was reported that Hollywood actor Eric Roberts has expressed a desire to obtain Russian citizenship.

That happened with the mansion of Sofia Rotaru in the occupied Crimea, see our video:

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Звезда "Сватов" Федор Добронравов снова выступил в Крыму

Звезда "Сватов" Федор Добронравов снова выступил в Крыму

Звезда "Сватов" Федор Добронравов снова выступил в Крыму

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