"Caucasus without Russia": anti-Russian inscriptions appear on the streets of St Petersburg. Photo
In Russia, anti-Russian slogans have recently started to appear on the streets. The city of St Petersburg has not been spared from this movement, with signs reading "Caucasus without Russia".
This text was written at several public transport stops in the city of one million people. The relevant footage was published on the Telegram channel "Morning Dagestan" (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"Peter!!! Alhamdulillah!" ("Praise be to Allah" - Ed.), the caption on the public page reads.
The graffiti on the glass was made with black paint using stencils. These inscriptions are being spread in the second largest city in Russia by unknown activists.
Earlier, similar anti-Russian slogans appeared in the Republic of Dagestan. There, unknown activists have been spreading the slogan "North Ossetia without Russia".
Dagestan is considered to be the most rebellious republic within the aggressor country of Russia.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, in Moscow, the owner of a large company specialising in the production of tanks and reservoirs for industry severely beat a taxi driver from Kyrgyzstan. The reason for the beating was the taxi driver's request not to drink beer in the car.