A group of picketers poured paint on the building of Russia’s Alfa-Bank in Odesa, southern Ukraine. Dumskaya reported that on Wednesday, March 8.
The activists put some banners on the walls of the bank’s building; the banners warn depositors that the bank will be closed soon, and people will need to get their money back as soon as possible.
Previously, Russia’s Sberbank reported they were ready to service the individuals with passports of the so-called DPR and LPR. Due to that, Ukraine currently considers imposing sanctions on the Ukrainian branch of Sberbank.