A few days ago, pro-Russian posters with the letter “Z” symbolizing aggression against Ukraine appeared on the streets of the Armenian capital Yerevan, as well as slogans such as “Kherson is Russia” and “Northern Kazakhstan will be Russia.” – Reports Radio Svoboda.
In addition to the letter “Z”, the posters contained slogans in the Armenian language supporting the Russian annexation of the territories of several countries of the former Soviet Union.
The posters mention, among other things, Ukrainian Crimea and a number of cities such as Donetsk, Lugansk, and Mariupol, about whom they wrote that “this is Russia.” The cities of Tiraspol (the capital of Transnistria in Moldova) and Tskhinvali (the capital of breakaway South Ossetia in Georgia) were also identified as “Russia”. He wrote that “Northern Kazakhstan will be Russia” and “Let Arkash (Nagorno-Karabakh) become Russia”.
As Swoboda Radio confirms, Posters appeared in the city against the background of reports that Russia plans to carry out so-called referendums in the occupied Ukrainian lands, including parts of Kherson and Zaporizhia states.. It is not known who is behind the decoding posters.
The portal notes that since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the authorities in Yerevan clearly did not support either side of the conflict. It has been repeatedly stated that Armenia supports a peaceful solution. The opposition also avoids any specific assessment of the war.
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