‘You’re my hero’: Ben Stiller meets Volodymyr Zelenskiy on trip to Ukraine

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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “‘You’re my hero’: Ben Stiller meets Volodymyr Zelenskiy on trip to Ukraine” – below is their description.

The Hollywood actor met the Ukrainian president during a visit to Ukraine on World Refugee Day. Stiller, who is a UNHCR ambassador, spoke to Zelenskiy during a visit that included a stop in Irpin, the scene of heavy fighting early in the Russian invasion.

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