"North Ossetia without Russia": anti-Russian graffiti appeared in Dagestan. Photo
In the Republic of Dagestan, the largest in the North Caucasus, anti-Russian slogans have appeared on the streets. Unidentified activists are spreading signs reading "North Ossetia without Russia".
The relevant photos were published on Monday, 24 July, by the local Telegram channel Morning Dagestan. The published images show that the authors used a stencil for their graffiti.
Some of them used dark red "bloody" paint for the word "Russia".
"Even so? Wow!" the Telegram community captioned the photos. It is not specified where the footage was taken.
We would like to add that Dagestan is considered the most rebellious republic within the aggressor country of Russia.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- The Times believes that the incomplete coup d'état, launched by the owner of the Wagner PMC Yevgeny Prigozhin, is the starting point for the collapse of the Russian Federation into separate sovereign republics.
- Politico also noted that Prigozhin's rebellion showed the fragility of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin's power and the possibility of his regime's fall.
- In July, the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, commenting on the detention of terrorist Igor Girkin (Strelkov) in Moscow, stated that "the inhabitants of the Kremlin towers are moving into an active phase of internal confrontation".