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What happened to Nikita Mikhalkov: latest news about the director’s health on January 17, 2023

Date: May 31, 2023 Time: 06:56:01

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Nikita Mikhalkov spent a week in intensive care. Now the famous director was transferred to a regular ward of the 52nd hospital. True, the area of ​​​​lung damage has not yet decreased. But the latest news about the state of health of Nikita Sergeevich on the 17th already inspires at least moderate optimism.

Latest news about the state of health of Nikita Mikhalkov on January 17, 2023

Nikita Mikhalkov was hospitalized with pneumonia and coronavirus on January 5. In the clinic, Nikita Sergeevich was diagnosed with idiopathic pneumonia complicated by intoxication of the body. After 11 days of intensive therapy, the director felt better and began to gradually return to work.

“We talked on the phone, everything is fine, it’s working, everything is back to normal. She has a great appetite, she does not have a fever. Nikita Sergeevich works in the room, reads scripts and is engaged in her projects, everything is fine.” Her condition has improved normally, “she shared with” 360 “the latest news about the state of health of Nikita Sergeevich, her friend and her colleague Nikolai Burlyaev.

In turn, the hospital clarified: “Rough breathing and coughing persist, all parts of the lungs are affected.”

Nikita Mikhalkov wrote an open letter after being placed on the EU sanctions list

Nikita Mikhalkov addressed an open letter to EU Council members after he was placed on the European sanctions list. In it, Mikhalkov said that the EU did not like his support for the special operation in Ukraine. They blamed the director for his approval of the return of Crimea to Russia, the recognition of the independence of the DPR and the LPR, and much more.

Mikhalkov recalled that he was not a politician and not an official, but a “Russian artist”, a representative of an old family. He asked not to consider his appeal as an attempt to get out of the sanctions.

“You, who consider yourself a civilized democratic society, are announcing sanctions on a person who, in his country, in his homeland, in his own language, expresses his personal opinion in his own language,” Nikita Sergeevich wrote.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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