A campaign called "exorcism" by its arrangers and aimed at kicking Russia out the UN, has been held outside the Netherlands Embassy in Kiev, Sept. 28.
As a part of the campaign, civilian rallies and car rally to the embassies of the UN Security Council member countries have been held, the flowers and children's toys have been laid at the walls of the Netherlands Embassy in memory of those killed in a plane crash July 17, 2014 outside Donetsk.
According to the arrangers, the campaign pursued the next goals: to create an international tribunal, which is to investigate the plane crash brought down by terrorists, to make the Russian Federation release Nadezhda Savchenko, Oleg Sentsov, Nikolay Karpyuk, Stanislav Klich and other hostages, as well to restrict the use of the veto right by Russia in the UN Security Council decisions. Organizers and participants urged the international community to step up sanctions against Russia as the aggressor state.
At the end of the rally, the Vladimir Putin’s portrait has been burnt, symbolizing the expulsion of the terrorist country from the United Nations.
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