In a store on Iskorovsky Prospekt, a sign with the Ukrainian flag was placed on a shelf with Crimean wine.
A scandal erupted in Russian St. Petersburg – a local supermarket recognized Crimea as part of Ukraine. This was reported on Monday, February 27, by the Russian media SHOT.
So, in the Perekrestok store on Iskorovsky Prospekt, on a shelf with wine produced on the territory of the occupied peninsula, a sign appeared that indicates the origin of the alcoholic beverage. The plate shows a blue and yellow flag and says “Ukraine”.
It is reported that one of the buyers of the store contacted the support service with a complaint about the anti-Ukrainian position of the supermarket administration. After that, the sign with the Ukrainian flag was removed from the shelves.
Recall that on February 24, a 50-year-old man fired from a sawn-off shotgun at an OMON officer in the center of St. Petersburg. The security officer was hospitalized with a severe wound to the abdomen, and the attacker was immediately detained.
Earlier it was reported that on February 21, a Russian in the center of Moscow set fire to a 16-storey building in which the MKM hotel is located. 200 people were evacuated from the building.
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