Angelina Jolie Meets Evacuation Support Workers at Lviv Train Station

Angelina Jolie, actor and Special Envoy for the UN Refugee Agency, was in the Ukrainian city of Lviv on April 30 to speak to refugees at the city’s main train station, as well as workers who were supporting evacuees.

This footage was released by Ukrainian Railways, which said Jolie met doctors, psychologists and railway staff at Lviv station, which had become a major evacuation hub for hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict in other parts of the country.

Earlier on Saturday, Jolie was filmed entering a cafe in the city and signing autographs for fans and speaking to people outside Lviv station. Credit: Ukrainian Railways via Storyful

Video transcript

ANGELINA JOLIE: their emotion. But I know it also takes a toll on all of you.

- [SPEAKING UKRAINIAN]

- [INAUDIBLE] many kids from 2 years-- it's-- or 10 years.

ANGELINA JOLIE: It must be-- they must be in-- in shock, and they must also-- you know, I know how trauma affects children, and so it's-- it's-- but I know that just having somebody show how much they matter, how much their voices matter, I know how healing that is for them.

- [SPEAKING UKRAINIAN]

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