'Twitterconvoy' car for Ukraine vandalised by war crime fans

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On the night of December 22, a car of the "Twitterconvoy" initiative that sends vehicles to Ukraine was vandalised, apparently by supporters of Russia's genocidal invasion of Ukraine.

The car was parked on Eduarda Smilģa Street in Riga. The representatives of "Twitterconvoy" said that the letter "Z" was drawn both on the hood of the car and on the side of the car. They also said that the car had been successfully cleaned, while police are investigating.

The car was donated to help the defenders of Ukraine. Until now, it was used as a support car. There were pro-Ukraine stickers on the car.

Reinis Pozniaks, the founder of the "Twitterconvoy" initiative, said: "Margarita, our volunteer, drove it. She drove it for a couple of days. Maybe three or four nights, that car was there. If that's the only thing the representatives of the "world's second best army" can be proud of, then we can only smile about it. Like everything they do, it was done very poorly."

The State Police invites eyewitnesses who were on Eduarda Smilģa Street on the evening of December 21 or on the night of December 22 to come forward.

If you saw anything, the police ask you to report it by calling the number 110. The representatives of "Twitterconvoy" emphasized that such cases only provide additional motivation and energy for their efforts.

The vehicle will be delivered to Ukraine at the beginning of January.

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