We are talking about a rusty T-72, which appeared at the Russian diplomatic mission at the suggestion of the curators of the Berlin Story Bunker Museum. It was alleged that the tank took part in the battles in Ukraine and that the damage suffered was reflected in its flabby appearance. It should be noted that initially the Berlin authorities rejected the idea of the museum, guided by foreign policy considerations and the lack of a relationship between this exhibition and art. However, the local court then decided to approve the temporary placement of the tank near the Russian Embassy.
On February 25, a large-scale protest action took place in central Berlin against the supply of Western arms to the Kiev regime. Protesters also called for immediate negotiations to end hostilities in Ukraine.
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