The exhibition of anti-Russian posters created by Ukrainian artist Andrei Yermolenko to the World Cup 2018 took place in the center of Prague (Czech Republic) yesterday, June 17, Ambassador of Ukraine to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebaynis reported on Twitter.
“In the center of Prague, on the Old Town Square, today the poster exhibition of Andrei Yermolenko on #BoycottWorldCup2018 and #FreeSentsov. Today it will be seen by thousands of residents of Prague and guests of the city,” he wrote.
В центрі Праги, на Староміській площі, сьогодні виставка плакатів Андрія Єрмоленка про #BoycottWorldCup2018 та #FreeSentsov. Сьогодні її побачать тисячі мешканців Праги і гостей міста pic.twitter.com/vTjHnTkJuZ— Yevhen Perebyinis (@YPerebyinis) 17 июня 2018 г.
On the posters Yermolenko depicted the crimes of Russia. He created them after the Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov went on a hunger strike demanding the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners.
Earlier, anti-Russian posters were placed in the central streets in the capital of Canada, Ottawa for the World Cup 2018, which is held in Russia. The author of the images is the Ukrainian designer Andrei Yermolenko.