Russia Ukraine War: Russia’s ambassador to Poland, Sergei Andreev, was thrown red at an annual Victory Day celebration to mark the anniversary of the end of World War II. According to the Independent, protesters attacked Andreev in front of the Soviet soldiers’ cemetery. The video of the entire incident has been widely shared on social media.
At the beginning of this 10-second footage, Andreev’s face appears red, after that something is thrown at him from behind and then a lot of red color is thrown on his face in which his clothes are also painted. . Even after the attack of red, the ambassador maintains his composure. Then he removes the paint from his face but does not give any reply to the protesters.
The Russian ambassador to Poland was attacked as he tried to lay a wreath at the Soviet soldiers’ cemetery in Warsaw. pic.twitter.com/FFtBzuRITW
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The Independent reported that activists prevented the ambassador and other members of the Russian delegation from laying wreaths at the Soviet soldiers’ cemetery in Warsaw. Demonstrators carrying Ukrainian flags and chanting “fascists” dressed in fake blood-soaked white sheets to symbolize the victims of Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine. The Russian delegation was forced to leave the area with police officers.
The incident happened after Putin’s speech
The incident occurred after Russian President Vladimir Putin made a speech in 1945 marking the 77th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany, in which he said that Russia’s military action in Ukraine was a timely and necessary response to Western policies. is. Putin said protecting the “homeland” when its fate is being decided has always been sacred.
Poland has been at the forefront of helping Ukraine
Poland has been at the fore in aiding Ukraine, according to the Independent, welcoming millions of Ukrainian citizens trying to flee Russian bombings. Poland has also criticized Russia for its “genocide” and “imperialist” actions in Ukraine. Russia, on the other hand, has reportedly accused Poland of being the “worst and obscene” critic of Moscow’s actions.
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