Russian blogger poses for photos on the ruins of Severodonetsk, steals a book from a local school
Russian blogger and photographer Angelina Latipova arrived to the occupied Severodonetsk and posed for photos against the background of burnt down houses that had been shelled by Russia.
She posted the photos on Instagram, Realna Gazeta writes.
The young woman, who came to the occupied Luhansk oblast from Moscow, claims that she was filming a video with the locals' stories. She visited Luhansk, Severodonetsk, and Alchevsk.
"We spent the last few days in Luhansk: talked a lot with the locals, filmed the city landscapes. Today we stopped by Alchevsk, too. Going to Severodonetsk tomorrow. After we come back, we plan to edit together a video with the stories of Donbas people," she wrote.
Angelina has over a dozen photos from the occupied territory on her social media. In some of them, she poses sitting on the ruins of the city mutilated by her country: in courtyards, on a bench near a porch or on the ruins of one of the houses. She treats the city, which was nearly destroyed by the war unleashed by Russia, as a tourist attraction and calls the burned-down Ukrainian tank "the city's main sight."
Moreover, the Russian woman admitted to looting: she took a Ukrainian comic book about Taras Bulba from a half-ruined school and posed with it on the ashes.
Latipova also posted photos of Luhansk on her Telegram channel.
Apparently, the young woman lived downtown and made photos of it. Judging by the photos on her social media, the Russian woman is fascinated with the aesthetics of Russia's dilapidated cities.
As IMI reported, journalists from the American NBC illegally arrived in Crimea.
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