James Bond director Fukunaga does volunteer work in Ukraine

16 April, 05:35 PM
Cary Fukunaga rescued a puppy near Kharkiv (Photo:chefjoseandres/Twitter)

Cary Fukunaga rescued a puppy near Kharkiv (Photo:chefjoseandres/Twitter)

Director of the 25th James Bond film "No Time To Die" Cary Fukunaga, who has supported Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion and has volunteered in various Ukrainian cities, has visited Kharkiv Oblast.

The Hollywood filmmaker came to Ukraine to join the volunteer team of World Central Kitchen, an organization that provides food in emergencies.

This time Fukunaga visited the town of Derhachi outside the city of Kharkiv, where he delivered free lunches with other volunteers. During the trip, he also rescued a puppy from the rubble, the founder of World Central Kitchen, chef José Andrés tweeted on April 15.

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He also posted a photo of the director holding a rescued puppy in his arms.

"My best new friend Cary Fukunaga an amazing individual helping us World Central Kitchen for weeks, found and saved a best friend under the rubble in Derhachi, north of Kharkiv! While we deliver food, with boots on the ground we can do so many other things!" Andrés tweeted.

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