An employee of the diplomatic department of the Russian Federation attacked a protester
A Russian woman living in Brazil, together with her friend, pasted posters on the wall of the Russian consulate. The employee of the diplomatic department did not like this and attacked her.
In Rio de Janeiro, a woman stuck anti-war posters on the wall of a Russian diplomatic mission. An employee of the Russian consulate who came out from behind the fence hit her and tried to take away the phone, according to the Brazilian edition of Otempo.
It is noted that the incident occurred on the day of the anniversary of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, February 24.
A Russian woman living in Brazil, together with her friend, pasted posters on the wall of the Russian diplomatic mission in Russian, Portuguese and English. In particular, they had the inscriptions “Stop the war” and “Putin, hell awaits you.”
During this action, a consular officer went outside, tore the papers out of the woman’s hands, demanded to hand over his mobile phone and hit her on the back.
Two police officers who were nearby intervened in the conflict. They suggested that the victim file a complaint with the police about causing bodily harm.
“The victim, the witness and the perpetrator are citizens of Russia. The woman has been sent for a forensic medical examination. Operational-search measures are ongoing to clarify the circumstances,” the police said.
The record of the incident indicates that the attack on a woman near the Russian consulate was carried out by a 59-year-old diplomat.
The Russian consulate declined to comment on the incident.
Earlier it was reported that the Netherlands is expelling 17 Russian spy diplomats.
And Lithuania declared the Russian diplomat persona non grata. The Russian was engaged in activities incompatible with his diplomatic status, Vilnius explained.
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