Czechs and Poles pen ‘greetings’ to Russians on ammunition supplied to Ukraine
According to Oleksii Biloshytskyi, First Deputy Chief of Ukraine’s Patrol Police, the countries friendly to Ukraine, including the Czech Republic and Poland, are shipping ammunition as a part of security assistance, with various ‘greetings’ written on the shells, addressed to the Russians.
For instance, the Czech Republic sends ammunition signed “For the Shot Prague Spring 1968.” The Netherlands’ shells read “Revenge for MH17,” while Poles write “For Katyn!” and “For Kachinsky!”
“Everyone remembers everything. Russia will rot in isolation forever,” Biloshytskyi said.
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