The mayor paints a very direct message for Putin… right in front of the Russian embassy

Remigijus Simasius, the mayor of Vilnius, the capital, and a team of volunteers painted “Putin, The Hague is waiting for you” in large block letters on a street just outside the Russian embassy, ​​according to Reuters.

An image distributed by the mayor’s office to the news agency shows the stencil in place:

The message comes as Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan of the International Criminal Court – located in The Hague, Netherlands – announced an investigation into Putin over possible war crimes.

“If this were true, it would potentially be a war crime,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said this week, adding that the United States had yet to confirm the use of the weapons.

There are also numerous online videos of Russian strikes on civilian targets and reports of civilian deaths and injuries.


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