During his visit to the area, Joel - UNHCR's Special Envoy for Refugees since 2011 - spoke with displaced people

Angelina Jolie, a humanitarian who works for the United Nations, visited Lviv on Saturday, the Lviv regional governor announced on Telegram

Jolie, UNHCR's Special Envoy for Refugees since 2011, was in Lviv to interact with refugees who have taken shelter in the city

including children who were injured in a missile strike on Kramatorsk railway station in early April

Women and children were mostly targeted by the attack in eastern Ukraine, fleeing a Russian offensive

He said Jolie also toured a boarding school, spoke with students, and took pictures with them, and "she promised to come back again.

According to Kozytskyy, Jolie met with evacuees at the central railway station at Lviv

As well as with volunteers providing medical assistance and counseling

There were many who saw Ms. Jolie in the Lviv region who couldn't believe it was her

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