For the second evening in a row, about 100 people protested against the unprovoked war in Ukraine outside Russia’s embassy in Bucharest.
Children joined Sunday’s the demonstration which was the second one outside the embassy this weekend. They held up banners and shouted slogans against Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.
Participants yelled: “Putin’s a terrorist” „”Stop Putin! Stop war!” and „Russians, stop the war!’
The children wrote messages in chalk on the asphalt outside the embassy on Bucharest’s Kiseleff Avenue named after Russian reformer Pavel Kiseleff who lived during the reign of Czar Nicholas I.
Some youngsters carried banners saying “Stop War,” and “We’ll rave on Putin’s grave.”
The protest was organized by the Romanian 21 December 1989 group.
About 650,000 people from Ukraine have arrived in Romania since Feb. 10, two weeks before Russia launched its invasion, the government said.