The road of the Russian Embassy in London was painted with the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Thursday. Marking the eve of the one-year anniversary since Russia’s full-scale war on Ukraine, Led By Donkeys, originally an anti-Brexit art and activist group, poured hundreds of liters of blue and yellow paint on Bayswater Road to remind Russian president Vladimir Putin that Ukraine is “‘an independent state and a people with every right to self-determination.(Opens in a new tab)” Since then, a section of Bayswater Road has been renamed to Kyiv Road(Opens in a new tab).
Feb. 24 marks a year since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has displaced over 13 million people(Opens in a new tab) and caused over 18,000 civilian casualties.(Opens in a new tab)