In the German city of Wiesbaden, the court fined a man for wearing a T-shirt with the symbol of Russian aggression - the letter "Z".

According to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, the man dressed her for work.

Now he has to pay 1,500 euros to an organization that provides assistance to Ukrainians.

It is reported that a 49-year-old man named Volodymyr, who has Russian roots, is a German citizen and has lived in the country since 1992.

In court, he stated that he listened to Russian propaganda media and was convinced that the authorities in Ukraine are "Nazis".

A black T-shirt with a large white letter "Z" was brought to him by a "Russian friend".

Volodymyr started wearing it at work after his employer hung the Ukrainian flag over the company building.

Now he has to pay five payments of 300 euros to the alliance of organizations Deutschland hilft.

They collect funds to help Ukrainians who suffered from the war.

We will remind you that German Chancellor Scholz

explained why he does not say

that Ukraine should win.

He said he was trying to be careful not to annoy people.

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