A crowd in masks threw sledgehammers at the Finnish Embassy in Kropotkinsky Lane
Again, the media write about sledgehammers – this time in connection with the attack on the Finnish Embassy, located in Moscow.
A video appeared on several Telegram channels this afternoon of how a crowd of unknown people in masks attacked the building of the Finnish Embassy in Kropotkinsky Lane. They run up to the fence of the diplomatic mission and throw over it … sledgehammers.
Why all this, the authors of the action themselves do not explain – they are just trying to run away faster, as can be seen in the video. “MK” writesthat this is a response to “several provocations related to Russian diplomatic missions in Finland.” The publication claims that the buildings of the Russian consulate in Helsinki were pelted with stones. True, no evidence of this can be found – TASS only wrote back in March that the embassy received threats of mines and graffiti painted on the fence during protests. However, Russian embassies were attacked in other countries, for example in Poland – showered Molotov cocktails and fireworks.
Sota also notices that at the end of November the media wrote about the “bloody sledgehammer” that was allegedly sent to the European Parliament in a violin case.