December 8, 2022

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Two Finns include a parking lot for a Russian diplomat after a “referendum”

Two Finns include a parking lot for a Russian diplomat after a “referendum”

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Two Finns ‘attached’ the car park of a Russian diplomat in the Finnish city of Turku. They did so after the two organized a “referendum”. To write for local media.

source: Daily Mail, Ylea

The Ukrainian flag appears on the ground in front of the apartment of a Russian consulate diplomat in the Finnish city of Turku. Drawn by two men: Jarno Fertala and Marcus Matsson. The two do not know each other, but saw their opportunity to peacefully protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Fertala came up with the idea of ​​painting the parking lot in Ukrainian colours. He wore a yellow jacket to look like a municipal worker. Matson, who has a Ukrainian partner, passed by his car on the way to work. He stopped and decided to help Fertala. We conducted a referendum on Ukraine’s annexation of the parking lot. One hundred percent of the voters agreed. There were no counter proposals. So we decided to celebrate the decision by drawing the Ukrainian flag.”

The parking lot annexation came in response to controversial referendums organized by Russia in several places in eastern Ukraine. They are not recognized by the rest of the world.

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