“Foreign agent” Mikhail Shats showed a photo with Alla Pugacheva, Slepakov and Little Big from Israel

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Almost all the artists shown in the photo left the territory of Russia after the invasion of the Russian Armed Forces into Ukraine.

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Russian actor and TV presenter Mikhail Shats, who on September 2 of this year was recognized as a foreign agent by the decision of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, published a photo from Israel, where he poses with artists who left Russia.

In the picture, in addition to Mikhail, Alla Pugacheva, former husband of Ksenia Sobchak Maxim Vitorgan, comedian Semyon Slepakov and members of the Little Big group. They are photographed at a table in a restaurant.

“Firstly, it's beautiful. Secondly, unexpectedly, thirdly, it's nice,” Schatz signed the picture. Who took the picture is unknown.

After the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, a number of representatives of the show business of the Russian Federation condemned the actions of President Vladimir Putin and the government, and many were forced to leave because they were threatened with criminal prosecution.

Alla Pugacheva and Maxim Galkin flew to Israel among the first. Later, the prima donna of the Russian stage returned to Moscow for a month to resolve property issues, and again flew to her husband.

The fact that the Little Big group also left Russia became known in July. According to the team members Ilya Prusikin and Sofya Tayurskaya, they realized that in order to be able to express their position, they need to leave, otherwise they will either have to be silent or be in favor. All concerts in Russia had to be cancelled. This happened because Little Big was blacklisted, banning any concert activity.

Andrei Makarevich, the leader of the Time Machine group, is also in Israel now. He, like Schatz, was added to the list of foreign agents on September 2, 2022.