On December 18, the inscription "Murderers, you bombed it, Jews" appeared on an installation installed in St. Petersburg, which, according to the occupiers' plan, should symbolize the "friendly relations" of this city with captured Mariupol.

"Sever.Realii" informs about this.

The phrase was inked in black on the heart with the words "Mariupol" and appeared less than a week after it was installed.

After that, several workers removed the cladding of the installation.

It is assumed that it will be replaced with a new one and returned to its place.

On Dvortsova Square, the installation "Double Hearts", dedicated to the "friendship" of Mariupol and St. Petersburg, was partially dismantled.

On it, unknown people wrote "You bombed his ego", "Murderers", "Judas".

A 17-year-old schoolgirl was detained on suspicion of damaging the building and released on bail pic.twitter.com/VelY8VN5HV

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The police suspected a 17-year-old eleventh-grader of the act.

An administrative case was opened against the girl for allegedly "discrediting the armed forces of the Russian Federation" and she was released on bond.

Information about whether the girl is a resident of Mariupol or other occupied territories, or whether she is a local resident, is not specified.

Photo: Radio Svoboda

It should be noted that the installation "Petersburg-Mariupol" appeared on Palace Square in St. Petersburg on December 12.

According to the occupiers, it should symbolize the "twinning of cities".

We will remind that in Russia, a girl will be tried again for writing "No to ***e", who previously proved in court that she was protesting against the war, and not against the war.

Earlier it was reported that in the Russian Federation oppositionist Ilya Yashin was sentenced to 8.5 years in prison for allegedly spreading so-called "fakes" about the Russian army.

It should be noted that more and more often Russians who publicly oppose the war with Ukraine are being prosecuted for so-called "discrediting the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation".

In particular, according to this article, the Russian court fined rapper Oxxxymiron 45,000 rubles.

The leader of the rock group "DDT" Yury Shevchuk was fined 50,000 for saying that "the motherland is not the fifth point of the president (Putin. - Ed.) that should be kissed all the time."

Read also:

  • A Ukrainian in Moscow was suspected of an attempt at covert surveillance and thrown into prison

  • In Mariupol, the occupiers arrested teenagers who sang the National Anthem of Ukraine on the street (video of "interrogation")

  • In Russia, a local deputy was detained because of a portrait of a concentration camp prisoner who died during the bombing of Kharkiv

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