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Medvedeva’s “Sending Out Thoughts on Anti-War” Shows Determination and Determination

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Medvedeva also posted this photo on International Women’s Day (from her Instagram)

Russian women’s figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva, silver medalist at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, made global headlines when she posted an anti-war message on her Instagram account. Due to various repercussions, she has remained silent for some time since then, but has now opened up again about the war.

Medvedeva posted a photo of the sky taken from above the clouds. The setting sun is very fantastic, and the contrast of yellow and blue does not look like the Ukrainian flag.

Medvedeva then posted the following comment

I feel like I’ve aged about 10 years in the past week. I don’t want to get old that fast. I am a simple girl who has always believed in art and the ideal of goodness.

And I want to continue to be a simple and interesting person. I want to watch TikTok in the morning and start my mornings on a positive note. I don’t want to read political news.”

Medvedeva was born in Moscow, Russia in 1999, her father is Armenian and her mother is Russian; she started figure skating when she was around 3 years old and won two consecutive World Championships in 2016 and 2017. She reigned as the undefeated absolute queen, but Alina Zagitova, who emerged like a comet, continued her rapid ascent and ended up with a silver medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

In the midst of all this, Medvedeva posted a text on Instagram that smacked of protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Medvedeva posted this black image using the Stories function on Instagram. On that black screen, she added the message, “Like a bad dream, I hope it all ends as soon as possible.

A few days earlier, Medvedeva had uploaded a memorable photo from four years ago in Pyeongchang. Fans must have been saddened by the sudden turn of the international situation.

This post also raised concerns from her fans. Criticizing the regime in Russia is a big risk. And she is a very famous person. Will she be in danger because of this statement?

In any case, we hope that the day will come soon when both Ukraine and Russia will return to their normal lives and she will be able to smile again.

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