“Stop the war.” Riga and Berlin, Copenhagen and Tallinn, Munich and New York, London and Warsaw are all saying the same thing. And from their windows, Russian embassy staff overwhelmingly see two colours: blue and yellow.
This is the world saying to Russia: “Glory to Ukraine!”
The Russian Embassy in Tallinn, Estonia. Photo: Daniel Thüler
“Russia!!!! Your dictator kills children!!!!” written on a poster in front of the entrance to the Russian embassy in Tallinn. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
An art installation near the Russian embassy in Riga, Latvia, 24 February 2023. Photo: Vladislav Dokshin / Novaya Europe
A poster opposite the Russian embassy in Riga, Latvia, reads “The Russian army [is made up ] of marauders, rapists, murderers and criminals”, 18 December 2023. Photo: Vladislav Dokshin / Novaya Europe
A fence outside the Russian embassy in Washington D.C. is painted in the colours of the Ukrainian flag. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
“Free Evan” poster, asking for release of WSJ journalist Evan Gershkovich, and the Ukrainian flag at the Russian embassy in Washington D.C. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
The fence outside the Russian embassy in Vienna, Austria, is painted in the colours of the Ukrainian flag. Photo: Pyotr Petrenko
“Russians against the war” posters are displayed opposite the Russian embassy in Vienna, Austria. Photo: Pyotr Petrenko
A hand making the peace sign, complete with manicure in the colours of the Ukrainian flag, near the Russian embassy in Prague, Czechia. Photo: Yulia Akhmedova
The Russian embassy building in The Hague, Netherlands. Photo: Ilya Volzhsky
Ukrainian flags opposite the Russian embassy in The Hague, Netherlands. Photo: Ilya Volzhsky
A street sign for the renamed “Victims of Russian Aggression Street” where the Russian embassy in Warsaw, Poland can be found. Photo: STR / NurPhoto / Getty Images
Installation opposite the Russian consulate in Leipzig, Germany. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
A burned out Russian tank, sent from Ukraine and placed in front of the Russian embassy in Berlin, Germany. Photo: Wolfgang Kumm / picture alliance / Getty Images
“Stop the War” installation in front of the Russian embassy in Berlin. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
The Ukrainian flag, painted by a group of activists on the street in front of the Russian embassy, London, 23 February 2023. Photo: Rasid Necati Aslim / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images
Anti-war posters near the Russian embassy in London. Photo sent by Novaya Europe subscribers
A van displaying the message “Putin, stop your war” parked in front of the Russian embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo: Daniel Thüler
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