In Serbian Belgrade, near the building of the Ukrainian embassy, an action against the glorification of Nazism took place, timed to coincide with the adoption by the UN General Assembly of the resolution on “Combating the glorification of Nazism,” which Ukraine traditionally voted against. Also, the reason for the action was the hysteria fueled by Ukraine around the allegedly impending Russian aggression, reports the Telegram channel “About Serbia in Russian”.
The protesters unfurled the posters “Hands off the monuments to the liberators”, “Hands off the Russian language”, “Crimea is Russia, Kosovo is Serbia”.
Also, a portrait of the liberator of Belgrade, General Tolbukhin, was brought to the meeting, although a portrait of the liberator of Kiev, General Vatutin, perhaps, would not have been superfluous either.
About a hundred Belgrade residents took part in the rally, mainly representatives of patriotic and veteran associations.
Interestingly, a rally in support of Belarus “Forgive us, Belarus” is planned for tomorrow at the Belarusian embassy with opposite goals – a rally in support of Belarus “Forgive us, Belarus” in protest against the decision of the Serbian authorities to join the EU sanctions against Minsk.
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Source: Русская весна by rusvesna.su.
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