Anti-Semitic inscriptions began to appear en masse in the Kiev subway. The first graffiti with aggressive appeals appeared on the machine for buying tokens. Director of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee, Edward Dolinsky reported this incident on his Facebook page.
Inscriptions began to appear throughout Kiev subway. After the graffiti calling for “destroying the Jews” appeared on the machine for buying tokens, they were noticed in one of the cars of the red metro line.
It is noteworthy that anti-Semitic graffiti appeared in the Kiev subway on October 7, the day of the anniversary of the tragedy at Babi Yar. In addition, such “creativity” can be seen on the pillars and stops, there are many of them in public places in Kiev. Note that graffiti calling for murder also appeared on the streets of Odessa, Dnieper and Poltava.