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In Khabarovsk, unknown persons put a swastika on the graves of NVO fighters

Photo: MP Goncharenko Russia

In Khabarovsk, on the Alley of Heroes, unknown people desecrated the graves of those who died in the area of ​​​​a special military operation. This was reported by the All-Russian public movement “Union of Tankers of Russia”.

“The STR VOD Council calls on everyone to repost so that this character(s) are detected and punished in accordance with all rules of the laws of the Russian Federation, up to the deprivation of citizenship, if applicable” , said representatives of the noted organization.

It is specified that the vandals acted on February 25. Participants in the movement appealed to the city administration and the police with a request to “find the enemy of the people.”

Earlier, a video with a doll of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a shop window in Germany was released on the network. The figure of the head of the Russian Federation was in blood and excrement.

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