Filmmaker and detective novelist Gonzalo Lira, who has been missing since Friday, April 15, reappeared in a YouTube live stream after being presumed dead. In an interview on the Duran Channel, the Chilean declared in an interview with Alex Cristoforo that in Kharkov, where he is located, he could not leave the city by order of the local authorities and that the Ukrainian Secret Service He was detained for what reason a third party used their social network. However, Rilla said she was fine. “I don’t have a mobile phone and I don’t have access to my emails. I have a new mobile phone and that’s how I contact my family and people close to me and tell them I’m fine,” he commented. “I’m fine. Physically I’m fine. I have nothing to say publicly except that I’m fine, thank you for your concern,” he added.
Chilean Gonzalo Lira, who appeared again this Friday with Alex Christoforou during a live broadcast on the YouTube channel “The Duran”, was pronounced dead a few days after he lost contact and trace last Friday, April 15.
Lira has experienced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine firsthand and said that in Kharkiv, where he is based, he cannot leave the city on orders from local authorities. During the broadcast, he also claimed that he had been detained by the Ukrainian secret service and that a third party had used his social media profiles.
“Don’t think about all the content posted on YouTube, Twitter accounts and Telegram channels after April 15th, I didn’t do it. I didn’t have access and still don’t,” he said.
In this sense, Lila said he was unable to use his mobile phone, and that he created a new email to contact his family and those close to him, and he told them he was fine. “I don’t have a phone and I don’t have access to my emails. I got a new one and that’s how I contact my family and close ones and I tell them I’m fine,” he added.
“I’m fine. Physically I’m fine. I have nothing to say publicly other than I’m fine, thank you for your concern,” he concluded.