Czechs deployed Putin-Hitler in Prague

On January 24, a rally was held in the Czech capital against Russian aggression against Ukraine.

Dozens of people gathered at the rally in the center of Prague, holding placards “Down with collaborators and traitors,” Ukrainian and Czech flags.

Those present gathered signatures under a statement against the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Czech counterpart Milos Zeman.

Activists deployed a huge banner on the pavement depicting Putin stylized as Adolf Hitler.

Those present lined up next to Putin’s image in the word LIAR, and then formed a heart to show their support for Ukraine.

On the morning of January 24, fighters of the DPR terrorist organization fired at the city of Mariupol from Grad multiple launch rocket systems.

According to the latest data, the number of victims of shelling in Mariupol increased to 30, among the dead two children.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has made Russia responsible for civilian casualties in the Donbass.

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