Road signs in Ukraine direct expletives at the Russian military : NPR


An digital billboard alongside Kyiv’s Victory Avenue, the route Russian tanks are anticipated to take, exhibits a message to Russian troopers studying “Putin misplaced, the complete world is with Ukraine,” on Monday.

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An digital billboard alongside Kyiv’s Victory Avenue, the route Russian tanks are anticipated to take, exhibits a message to Russian troopers studying “Putin misplaced, the complete world is with Ukraine,” on Monday.

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Ukrainian authorities say they’re working to take away street indicators in a bid to confuse any Russian army forces on the roads, whereas different public indicators direct expletives on the invading troopers.

Ukravtodor, Ukraine’s authorities company for roads, posted a message on Fb saying Russians couldn’t navigate the terrain. “Let’s assist them get straight to hell,” the company wrote on Saturday.

The company requested native governments and communities to assist with the hassle.

Ukraine’s ministry of protection posted an analogous message, asking Ukrainians to “confuse and disorient the enemy who’s illegally shifting round Ukraine,” and to take away indicators with numbers and names of streets, villages and cities.

“Let’s do every little thing attainable to clear Ukraine of the Russian occupier as quickly as attainable!” the ministry wrote.

It is unclear what number of indicators have been eliminated to date, however photojournalist Brendan Hoffman photographed a street service employee from the world of Kalynivka eradicating a street signal on Saturday.

Individually, Ukravtodor known as on residents to “block the enemy by all accessible strategies,” asking individuals to chop down timber, construct barricades and burn tires. It mentioned in a message: “The occupant should perceive that he’s not welcome right here and [we] will resist on each road, each street!”

The company additionally requested Ukrainians to print out a graphic to put up onto billboards. It encompasses a cranium and a coffin directed at Russian troopers.

Indicators insulting the Russian forces have already been noticed in Ukraine.

Ukravtodor posted an image of a street employee putting in a road signal that includes Russian President Vladimir Putin’s face crossed out.

A Ukrainian street employee installs an indication that includes Russian President Vladimir Putin’s face crossed out.

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A Ukrainian street employee installs an indication that includes Russian President Vladimir Putin’s face crossed out.

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And an digital billboard alongside Kyiv’s Victory Avenue, which Russian forces can be anticipated to take in the event that they attain that time, reads: “Russian troopers, go f*** yourselves,” according to Daphné Rousseau of Agence France-Presse. The identical billboard additionally reads: “Putin misplaced, the complete world is with Ukraine.”



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