The international community lashed out at the Kremlin with criticism after Russian attack on Ukrainian ships in the Azov sea on November 25. The world calls on Putin to release from captivity of the Ukrainian sailors.
The news of the aggression spread by the world media and was reflected, in particular, in cartoons.
Cartoonists of the magazine The Week has depicted a smug Putin, who holds the Ukrainian sailors held hostage. Looking at him tramp, and as if not noticing what is happening, says: “I like people who are not captured…”.
Signed caricature of itself like a accusatory slogan, which actually, according to the newspaper, adheres to the head of the White house: “don’t condemn Russian aggression against Ukraine”.
Another cartoon was devoted to the cancelled meeting trump with Putin at the G20 summit in Argentina. By the way, the meeting still took place, despite the belief of the US that it will not happen in any format, as long as Russia will not loose by the captured sailors and return the ship to Ukraine.
In the figure, the Russian President is depicted surrounded by obviously friends, KGB, behind hanging a plan of attack to Ukraine. Putin reads the news about the cancellation of the meeting with his American counterpart in the press. Then one of the generals expressed the opinion: “Perhaps, if you kill a journalist, he will forgive you…”.
We will remind, on Saturday, 1 December, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that while the exchange of captured Ukrainian sailors did not rise. About Putin said at a press conference in Argentina.
The Russian President noted that now there is a consequence and on the possible exchange of Ukrainian sailors who were crew members, seized by Russia in the Black sea Ukrainian warships are not yet available.
As reported by “Know.ia”, the incident with the ships in the Kerch Strait: there are disturbing details and map.
Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote that trump explained why humiliated Putin at the G20.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.