Protest action in Lviv to mark 1000 days since Crimea's annexation

18:22, 22 November 2016

It’s been a thousand days since Crimea’s annexation. Residents of Lviv, western Ukraine, decided to remind the society about the fact of the peninsula’s occupation by Russia.

The flashmob took place in front of the Russian consulate in Lviv. An installation was set up, showing a beach with figures of green army men on it.

Krym S.O.S., the volunteer organization, threw paper airplanes onto the territory of the consulate. The papers contained excerpts from 2014 UN Assembly General’s resolution about Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

None of the Russian diplomat came to see the protesters.