: Russia anticipating Victory Day with U.S. fighters

18:40 May. 6, 2016

Russia anticipating Victory Day with U.S. fighters

Confusing Russian banner with U.S. fighter McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle. Bryansk, Russia.

Confusing banner appears in Russian city of Bryansk

Unexpected anti-Russian propaganda appears in the city centre of Bryansk in western Russia. On Victory Day eve the local department of political party "Rodina" ("Motherland") placed a huge poster on the building wall depicting unexpectedly the U.S. fighter McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle.

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According to the local media, the first to mention the fatal negligence was a local businessman, sportsman, and journalist Nikolay Vitkevich who filmed the ambiguous banner and uploaded the video in the web.

Confusing stories regularly occur in various Russian regions. Last year big boards with fascists instead of Red Army soldiers appeared in the streets of numerous cities a couple of days before the Victory day, whereas the supermarkets sold spirits and footwear decorated with the orange-and-black St. George ribbon.

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