Unknown people left an anti-war inscription on one of the walls of the Kremlin – media (photo)
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The graffiti was promptly removed a few days ago, and now three armed security officials have been placed near the Kremlin walls.
In Moscow, an unknown person wrote the slogan “No to war” on the Kremlin wall. Now a piece of the wall is guarded by armed security forces, the Baza Telegram channel reports.
It is reported that the inscription has been erased, and ten police officers and FSO officers are now guarding the wall.
According to “Base”, near the site of the “incident” three additional police patrols armed with machine guns and pistols are now on duty around the clock – one for each previously “unprotected” wall, and several more FSO officers.
In the photographs, which published a Telegram channel, you can see the silhouettes of the security forces against the backdrop of the Kremlin walls. Judging by the heavy traffic and poor lighting, they were photographed at the checkpoint late in the evening.
Focus also wrote that in Transbaikalia the name of the village was replaced with “Putin thief” . In the village of Aginskoye in the Trans-Baikal Territory of the Russian Federation, on a hill where the official name of the settlement is laid out with stones, on the night of June 1, a new inscription appeared: “Putin is a thief”.