In Moldova, a Russian was fined for the inscription “Putin is a killer” on the gates of the Russian embassy (photo)

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Fine in Moldova Russian for the inscription

According to the man, he expressed the opinion of the overwhelming majority of the inhabitants of not only Moldova, but the entire planet. He also announced a fundraising campaign on social media to pay the fine.

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On Wednesday, January 11, a court in Chisinau fined Russian citizen Alexander Kudashov 25,000 Moldovan lei (or $1,307) for In 2022, he left the inscription “Putin is a murderer” on the gates of the Russian diplomatic mission in the capital of Moldova, reports Ukrayinska Pravda.

The man posted a post on Facebook, but apparently later deleted it from the social network.

A Russian citizen was fined in Moldova for the inscription

In Moldova, a Russian was fined for the inscription

In the publication, Kudashov said that he needed to pay the fine within three days – then the amount would be reduced twice. But he didn't even have $650, so he decided to raise funds through crowdfunding.

“…announcing a fundraiser so that I won't be closed here for non-payment, and not because I consider it necessary to express the opinion of the overwhelming the majority of people in Moldova and on the whole planet,” the publication said.

40-year-old Kudashov was detained on October 7 last year. The local court ruled that the man was guilty of “a series of hooligan acts near the Russian embassy”.

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In Moldova, a Russian was fined for the inscription

Kudashov launched fireworks near the building, hung a piece of blue on scrap metal -white fabric, and also used homemade balloons.

In turn, the Russian Embassy said that the “hostile action” violates diplomatic conventions and a cooperation agreement between the two countries.