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Former Miss Ukraine took up arms against Russian invaders & said ‘anyone who crosses the border will be killed’

A FORMER Miss Grand Ukraine took up arms to fight against the Russian invasion and said “anyone who crosses the border will be killed”.

Anastasia Lenna, the representative of Ukraine in 2015 in the Miss Grand International beauty contest, joined the fight to protect her nest, according to the New York Post.

Anastasiia shared this snapshot with the hashtags # #standwithukraine and #handsoffukraine

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Anastasiia shared this snapshot with the hashtags # #standwithukraine and #handsoffukraineCredit: Instagram/@anastasiia.lenna/
She won Miss Grand Ukraine 2015

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She won Miss Grand Ukraine 2015Credit: Instagram/@anastasiia.lenna/

“Everyone who crosses the Ukrainian border with the intention of aggression will be killed!” She said in an Instagram story Saturday, accompanied by a photo of armed soldiers blocking a road.

She also shared a photo to her 97,000 followers showing the soldiers walking along President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, who she calls “a real and powerful leader.”

On February 21, 2022, the Russian president recognized two breakaway regions of Donetsk and Luhansk are independent.

And after many months military construction on the border with UkrainePutin then ordered his forces to enter the Donbas region to “perform peacekeeping functions” – but Western leaders called this an invasion.

By February 25, 2022, it was reported that Russia had infiltrated Ukraine at points along its eastern, southern and northern borders.

Since Putin waging war with UkraineThe former beauty queen used her platform to rally support for her country.

This includes calling on Western countries to cut Russian banks out of the Swift banking system.

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift) processes transactions worth trillions of dollars and is used around the world by more than 11,000 banks and financial institutions.

Yesterday, the EU, the US and their allies agreed cut some Russian banks from the international payment system on which Russia relies heavily for its key oil and gas exports.

Anastasia has also called on the people of the country to follow her to remove all road signs to make it more difficult for the invading army to move through Ukraine.

A translation of her call to action reads: “Remove the signs from all the roads of the country. The enemy has a pathetic connection, they can’t navigate the terrain. Help them go straight to hell. .

“Ukravtodor calls on all road organizations, territorial communities, local authorities to immediately begin dismantling nearby road signs.”

The marketing and management graduate from Slavistik University in Kyiv has shared her moments in full military gear in the tree-lined arenas and indoor training ground over the past few years.

Now she seems to have traded the plastic pellets for lead bullets.

Former Miss Grand Ukraine previously worked as a model and public relations manager in Turkey. She also speaks five languages ​​and has worked as a translator.

Anastasia has called for a rally to support Ukraine's defense

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Anastasia has called for a rally to support Ukraine’s defenseCredit: Instagram/@anastasiia.lenna/
A former Miss Grand Ukraine took up arms against the Russian invasion

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A former Miss Grand Ukraine took up arms against the Russian invasionCredit: Instagram/@anastasiia.lenna/

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