WATCH: Mila Kunis Speak Ukrainian Video Goes Viral On Twitter And Youtube: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have promised to match up to $3 million in help to displaced Ukrainians as more than a million individuals have escaped the country following the invasion of Russia. The fans of Mila would have heard her speak Russian in interviews but can she speak Ukrainian? In a video shared on IG, Mila recognizes herself as a proud Ukrainian. Continue to read to get to know more about Mila Kunis.
Does Mila Kunis Speak Ukrainian?
No, Mila does not speak Ukrainian. Though she speaks Russian fluently, the language of her whole family. The actress is bi-lingual and regards herself as American. She was born in the month of August 1983 in Chernivtsi, Ukrainian SSR, in the Soviet Union. Her family migrated to California when she was 7 years old. ‘
In today’s video, she stated: “I was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine in the year 1983. I came to America in the year 1991. I have always regarded myself as an American, a proud American. I love everything that this country had done for myself and my family. But today I have never been more proud to be a Ukrainian. And I have never been more proud to be wedded to a Ukrainian.”
Mila Kunis Speak Ukrainian Video
Ashton and Mila have begun a GoFundMe campaign to benefit the organization serving towards providing relief to those in hopeless need of aid in Ukraine. Mila states, “The people of Ukraine are brave and strong, but being brave and strong does not mean you are not worthy of support. We require to support the citizens of Ukraine.”
She further added that all the funds raised via the campaign will “have an instant positive impact and will supply much-needed refugee and humanitarian help to the area.”
How To Donate To “Stand With Ukraine”
The readers can make donations for the Stand With Ukraine campaign of Mila Kunis on the GoFundMe website. The description on the page reads that “Ukrainians are brave and proud people who deserve our help in their time of need. This unjust attack on Ukraine and humanity at large is shattering and the Ukrainian individuals need our support and stand.”
The campaign has garnered over $1.4 million since it was introduced, with donations from more than 23,000 individuals.