Bid to cut off power, water to Russian buildings in Prague

More than 500 people have signed a petition to cut off electricity, water and heat supplies to all buildings occupied by Russian diplomats in the Czech capital Prague in response to Russia’s massive missile strikes on Ukrainian energy infrastructure, Polish broadcaster TVP Info reported on Tuesday.



The signatures are being collected in an effort led by a Czech group called Arms for Ukraine, according to the Polish broadcaster’s website.

“Over the past several weeks, Ukrainian towns and villages have been hit by unprecedented missile attacks unleashed by Russia,” the group behind the campaign said, as quoted by the website.

The Arms for Ukraine group added: „The main targets have been power plants, heating plants and water systems. This new phase of the war has had disastrous consequences for the daily lives of civilians. Apartments, schools and kindergartens, shops and factories, but also hospitals have been deprived of power and water.”

The group called on „state and private energy distributors to give Russian diplomats in Prague a taste of their own medicine,” according to

„We demand that all Russian-owned buildings be disconnected from gas, water and electricity,” it said.

„Let’s give the Russian embassy in Prague a taste of its own medicine,” one of the originators of the petition, Martin Ondráček, wrote on social media.

„Let’s show Russian diplomats how it feels to be freezing at night, like residents in Kyiv have been, for example,” he added.



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