As you know, the winner of “Miss Ukraine 2019” Margarita Pasha flew to London (UK) in order to represent Ukraine at the international contest “Miss World 2019”.
So, 24-year-old model commented on relations with the Russian party Alina Sanko. The girl said that the beauty contest should not be confused with politics. Moreover, the jury placed emphasis on the presented charitable projects of the beautiful ladies.
“Oh my God! Why you again about politics?! Here all not how in your journalism world. In this situation it doesn’t matter – you’re Russian or American. We are all human beings! Moreover, we are representative of the beautiful half of humanity, and to give the land peace, goodness and beauty. Especially because in this contest is the most important stage of the presentation of charity projects rather than dresses or something,” said Margaret.
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Moreover, she reported that the relationship between the participants friendly.
“For judges only matters what mission you came to this competition and how this world will become kinder and happier thanks to your victory. Of course, all the girls here are very friendly, there are no conflicts and can not be, because it will recognize the organizers and it will not contribute to a good result at the competition”, – said the Ukrainian model.
Recall that the Ukrainian won in the international beauty contest.
As reported by the portal Znaia the young girl will represent Ukraine in the beauty pageant.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Ukraine takes part in a beauty contest “Miss universe” since 2006. And although our girls have not yet been fortunate enough to become a winner, they always won prizes and praise at international level.
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