NATO nations face 'revolt' over anti-Putin stunt; After Germany, flowers on Russian tank in Latvia

Ukraine is on its knees in the battlefield, but the Kyiv regime is busy scripting anti-Putin stunts. Amid setbacks at the line of contact, Ukrainian Troops have sent Russian tanks destroyed during fighting to its allies for exhibiting it as Putin's 'failure.' However, after Germany, the anti-Putin tank stunt goes awry in the Baltics. NATO member Estonia faces 'revolt' against hosting a destroyed Russian tank exhibition in Rakvere, as local authorities term the move as 'propaganda.' Not just Estonia's tank stunt went awry; another NATO member, Latvia's, also went awry. The destroyed Russian tank, which has been displayed in the Latvian capital of Riga, struggled to attract public attention as only a handful of people turned up. Among the ones who turned up, a few of them offered flowers to the Russian tank. This comes just days after thousands of Germans covered a destroyed Russian tank with roses in Berlin during protests against arming Ukraine.

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