Russian Embassy in Prague was doused with

Russian Embassy in Prague was doused with "blood"

After a massive Russian missile attack on Ukraine on July 8, the Russian Embassy in Prague was doused with a red liquid that imitated blood.

According to Ukrinform, video and photos of the action were posted on the social network X.

The video shows two people - a man and a woman - pouring two buckets of red liquid onto a stand and a table at the entrance to the Russian embassy. According to the description on social media, the buckets contained ketchup.

Read also: Missile attack on Kyiv: 27 killed, number of injured grows to 117

After the man and woman emptied the buckets, law enforcement officers approached them.

As reported, on July 8, the Russian Federation attacked the Kyiv children's hospital Okhmatdyt, which treats children from all over Ukraine. Many countries have already condemned this egregious crime. The UN Security Council will hold a special meeting on this issue on July 9.

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