"Wanted!": Ukrainian electric trains issued their "warrant" for the arrest of Putin (photo)
Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian railways) trains supported the trend initiated on March 17 by the International Criminal Court of The Hague regarding issuing a warrant for the arrest of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
In particular, in Kyiv, Lviv and Kharkiv passenger cars, they noticed an announcement about the search for a dangerous criminal - Putin. The TyKyiv telegram channel publishes the corresponding photos.
The announcements indicate that the criminal can be taken alive, but it is still better if he is dead - Ukrainians are urged not to restrain themselves during Putin's arrest.
Recall that on March 17, the International Criminal Court of The Hague issued an arrest warrant for the leader of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, and the Commissioner for Children's Rights of the Russian Federation, Maria Alekseevna Lvova-Belova, because of their likely involvement in the deportation of Ukrainian children.