The Ukrainian Post used a mural by Banksy on a postage stamp to send the world a strong message marking the first anniversary of the war.
Last November, the renowned UK artist had painted a demolished wall in Borodianka, north-west of Kyiv, depicting a young boy judoka throwing down a much bigger older man, who could well be Vladimir Putin.
At its lower left corner, the postage stamp bears a six-letter, two-word abbreviated message in Cyrillic alphabet, the first three pointing to the surname of the Russian leader, the next three to a phrase which is left to the reader’s imagination.
The new stamp was released on 24th February, the day the Russian troops invaded Ukraine in 2022.
[photo credit: Getty images from bbc.com]