Russian diva calls for end of ′dying for illusory goals′ | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW

No, Alla Pugacheva didn’t use the word “war” in public — that’s a punishable offense in Russia. Nor did she explicitly mention Ukraine. Still, what Russia’s most beloved pop star of all time posted over the weekend hit like a bomb. That’s because millions of Russians see it as a protest, albeit indirect, against what the Kremlin calls its “special military operation.” And Pugacheva is by far the most prominent person to have dared  express such sentiments publicly.

The post on Pugacheva’s Instagram account has a back story. Last Friday, her husband, Maxim Galkin, a famous Russian comedian and until recently a TV star, was declared a so-called foreign agent by the Justice Ministry. Galkin has been living abroad for several months, leaving Russia after after a backlash against his…

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