Protestors Splatter Russian Ambassador with Red Paint [Video]
Protestors hit Russia’s ambassador to Poland with red paint as he arrived at a cemetery where Soviet soldiers who died during World War II are buried.
Ambassador Sergey Andreev had red paint splattered on his clothes and by a group of demonstrators who oppose Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Hundreds of protestors met Andreev at the Soviet soldiers’ cemetery, where he arrived to lay flowers on Victory Day, which marks the defeat of the Nazis during World War II.
That same day, Polish protesters also parked a tank in front of the Russian Embassy in Warsaw.
4 comments on Protestors Splatter Russian Ambassador with Red Paint [Video]
Get the message, Pootie?!
So will you when you will chocke on radioactive dust. Morons like you are fueling this snsles war, which a seven years old could have avoided
Sorry, but this is totally wrong. The guy is an ambassador and didn’t start the war. Soldiers that died in WW2 in deserve respect.
Russian troops pissed off Poles, he should have stayed in the embassy. For those who don’t know some of the conflicts between Poles and Russians go back to before Russia was Russia.
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