Portraits of Russian President Vladimir Putin were painted white in the village of Solnechnaya Dolina (Sun Valley) near Sudak in annexed Crimea.
This was reported by the user RoksolanaToday&Crimea in Twitter.
These portraits of Putin on the walls of buildings and fences were painted in the spring of 2014.
RoksolanaToday&Crimea commented on the post of the pro-Russian blogger Alexander Gornyi, who stated that it was supposedly the history of the so-called "Crimean spring".
"Attention! Betrayal! The demons - have whitened! Gornyi is not a fool, by the way ... And is not a fool at all...,” wrote RoksolanaToday & Crimea.
Previously QHA reported that on March, a well-known mural with the image of Vladimir Putin in annexed Sevastopol were painted white. It appeared on the wall of the building in 2014. The picture was painted white due to a major repairs of the facility.