On the streets of London appeared billboards with the image of Russian President Putin and call “mark red-white-blue Brickset”. They were placed by the activists of the group “Proud bear” who wonder why Russia’s role in the Brexit unfairly glossed over, reports Reuters.
Posters posted photos of Putin blinking on a blue background, with the inscription in which the word Brexit English letter “R” is replaced by the Russian “I”. In another embodiment of the poster shows the enemy Brickset former Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain Boris Johnson with the Russian flag and signature with a modified letter: “Thank you, VOA”. In a statement the activists who placed the posters, you say that they are a group of GRU officers, who want their true role “in the inevitable liberation of Britain from the EU” was recognized.
Meanwhile, the National Agency for combating crime in the UK has opened a case against the British businessman Arrone banks. It is suspected that he supported the campaign for the Kingdom’s exit from the EU for Russian money.