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Lithuanian Olympic champion swimmer protests Russia by swimming in ‘bloodbath’


To protest Russia’s assault on Ukraine, Lithuanian Olympic champion swimmer Ruta Meilutyte swam in the red-painted pond close to the Russian Embassy in Vilnius.

“I needed to get the world’s consideration”

Meilutyte, who shared the pictures of these moments on her social media account, “With the act of swimming in the blood bathtub, the world’s consideration to the Russian occupation of Ukraine and the genocide it’s finishing up in Ukraine” He mentioned he needed to shoot.

Meilutyte swam throughout the pond regardless of the snowfall.

Lithuanian Olympic champion swimmer protests Russia by swimming in ‘massacre’ – VIDEO

Innocent paint was used

Native officers said that the paint used to color the pond crimson is innocent to nature, the identical paint used on the Vilnia river on St. Patrick’s Day.

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