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Ukrainian ballerina dies after being hit by Russian shelling in Kyiv

Ukrainian ballerina dies after being hit by Russian shelling in Kyiv

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Ukrainian ballet star Artem Datschen has DieWeeks after he was injured in a Russian bombing in Kyiv.

His girlfriend Tatiana Borovik announced, on Facebook, that Datsychin, who was a principal dancer at the Ukrainian National Opera, died in March.

“My friends, everyone who knew Artem Datsyhin, Dutsik, reported that on February 26 he was attacked by the Russians, was seriously wounded, and died in hospital. Farewell, my dear! I cannot express the overwhelming sadness of my heart. Me! May your memory be bright! “Borovik Wrote.

Anatoly Solovianenko, General Director of the National Opera House of Ukraine, shared his grief over the death of Datsychen on FacebookHe described him as a “beautiful artist” and “a wonderful man”.

Ukrainian actress Okana Shavit was killed during a Russian shilling in Kyiv

A general view shows the Ukrainian National Opera in Kyiv, Ukraine, February 27, 2016.
(Reuters/Gleb Garanish)

Russian-American choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, who previously worked at the Ukraine National Opera and the American Ballet Theatre, explained in his own social post that Datsyshyn “fell under Russian artillery fire.”

Ratmansky added, “He was a beautiful dancer who was loved by his colleagues. Unbearable pain.”

The ballerina’s death was announced on the same day as the Ukrainian actress’s death Oksana Shvets was killed during a Russian bombing of Kyiv.

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A statement from Young Theater across Facebook. “A bright memory of a talented actress! No forgiveness for the enemy who came to our land!”

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The group said it was “deeply saddened” by Shwitz’s death.

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Shwitz’s death was also reported via social media by the Kyiv Post Twitter account.

Julius Young of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.