The leader of the Bakhyt-Kompot group appreciated the reaction of Europe to the tank in Berlin

The anti-Russian provocation with tanks caused a completely different reaction from the inhabitants of Europe and the Baltic countries, which the organizers were counting on. This was announced on Tuesday, February 28, by Vadim Stepantsov, leader of the Bakhyt-Kompot group.

“Mountains of flowers on Russian tanks in the Baltics and Germany – did you expect this, fellow Nazis? No, probably not. Thanks to the Russian tank for reviving the movement of hearts and minds in Europe, ”he said in a conversation with Izvestia.

The musician also stressed that he sees some symbolism in what happened. He remembered the song “On the Russian Charred Tank”, which the members of the Bakhyt-Kompot group wrote last spring to the verses of the poet Dmitry Artis. According to Stepantsov, then no one suspected that Artis would go to the front as a volunteer, and the composition would become one of the best in the group’s repertoire and acquire a special sound in February 2023.

Earlier in the day, the Russian embassy in Germany denied claims that the agency was involved in organizing a flower-laying ceremony at a Russian T-72 tank. The diplomats also expressed their gratitude to the local residents for their “sincere spiritual outburst.”

On February 24, during a rally in Berlin, a tank was set up in front of the Russian embassy, ​​the muzzle of which was directed towards the diplomatic mission. The next day, local residents began to bring red roses to him in memory of the dead Russian soldiers. Flowers were also laid by the great-great-grandson of the first German chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, who called for negotiations and reminded that no one wants a confrontation with Russia. Later that day, the Ukrainian flag was torn off the tank.

On February 26, the Russian diplomatic mission in Berlin reported that the provocation with the installation of a wrecked tank did not meet with sympathy and support from the citizens of Germany.

In addition, on February 25, protests were held in Germany against the supply of weapons to Ukraine. The protesters called on German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to immediately stop the escalation of the conflict. More than 25,000 people took part in the demonstration.

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