A monument to Vladimir Putin in the form of an orc was erected in Prague

Journalists write that, according to the artist's plan, the monument should point to the real culprit of the rise in energy prices in Europe.

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A monument to Russian President Vladimir Putin was temporarily erected on Interbrigade Square in Prague , which turns the gas tap. The head of the Kremlin is depicted in the image of a goblin, as reported by the Czech publication Ceske Noviny.

It is reported that the goblin-Putin monument will stand in the square for 30 days. Then it will be sold at auction. The money raised from the auction will be used to purchase weapons for Ukraine. Previously, a monument to the Soviet Marshal of the USSR Ivan Konev stood on the same place, which was taken down and sent to the museum.

The publication writes that the author of the sculpture is the blacksmith and sculptor Dushan Dostal. According to his plan, the monument should point to the culprit of the rise in energy prices in Europe. The goblin-Putin has his right hand raised, which, the author claims, hints at his affinity with Adolf Hitler's Nazism. He worked on the statue for 14 days, 20 hours a day.

The material says that the installation of the monument and the auction were organized by local businessman Dalibor Dedek, who previously also collected money for Ukraine.

Monument to Vladimir Putin in the form of an orc [+]

Previously Fokus wrote that Vladimir Putin signed a law banning LGBT propaganda in Russia. Fines of up to 5 million rubles are introduced for «propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations, pedophilia and gender reassignment». Violation of the law by non-citizens of the Russian Federation is subject to expulsion from the country's borders.

Let us remind you that Zelenskyi was offered to «ensure its security» in Russia. Ukraine is ready to become a guarantor of the security of the Russian Federation and to sign a new agreement with it, similar to the Budapest Memorandum, said the adviser to the head of the OP Mykhailo Podolyak.

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