In the occupied Crimea, three women were fined for the inscription “Glory to Ukraine!”

January 16, 2023

In the occupied Crimea, the court fined Anna Krasnovska, Natalia Morozova and Yevhen Varezhanyn for putting the inscriptions Glory to Ukraine – Glory to the Heroes and AFU on cars in the Barrakuda paintball club in Feodosiia.

According to the pro-Russian Crimean blogger Alexander Talipov in his Telegram channel, Anna Krasnovska, who left a patriotic inscription about Ukraine and the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a car, was fined 37,000 rubles. Morozova and Varezhanygot 30,000 fine rubles each.

We remind you that on January 8, Talipov complained to the Russian security forces about the video on Instagram, where a Crimean woman puts the inscription Glory to Ukraine – Glory to the Heroes and AFU on a car in the Barrakuda paintball club in Feodosia.

And before that, in the Shame Board of Crimea group, Konstantin Kaseev published an angry post about the drugged AFU lover with a call to distribute.