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Activists burn the UAE flag in front of its embassy in Paris to protest its support for Russia

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In an unprecedented move, Ukrainian and anti-UAE activists burned the UAE flag in front of the Abu Dhabi embassy in Paris’s French capital.

According to the Frankfurt Magazine website, the move came in protest of the UAE’s shameful role in supporting Russia in its war on Ukraine since last February.

The move also came in protest against the UAE’s embrace of the Russian capital and the provision of a safe haven to escape international sanctions.

For weeks, protests have continued in European capitals against Russia against the backdrop of the invasion of Ukraine amid a consensus condemning the UAE’s alliance with Moscow.

Dozens of activists from Ukraine and their supporters of different European nationalities have previously protested in front of the headquarters of the European Union in the Belgian capital, Brussels, to demand the imposition of sanctions against Russia and its ally, the UAE.

The sit-in, which was organized in conjunction with the session to discuss the new package of European sanctions against Brussels, included activists representing the reality of corpses in the streets of Ukraine due to the Russian invasion of the country.

The protesters chanted slogans demanding the imposition of sanctions on Russia and Mohammed bin Zayed, who provides a safe escape from international sanctions for the Russian rich in the Emirates.

The protesters also previously prevented vehicles from refuelling in Brussels as part of the popular movements against Moscow’s war on Ukraine.

Dozens of European and Ukrainian activists staged a sit-in in Brussels to protest against the Russian war on Ukraine and the support provided by Moscow’s allies, led by the UAE.

The sit-ins took place in front of 13 stations of the Russian Oil and Gas Company (Lukoil) in Brussels to prevent the sale of Russian petroleum products and demand the severance of all economic relations with Moscow.

The demonstrators raised written banners denouncing Russia’s war on Ukraine and Moscow’s support for authoritarian regimes such as the UAE.

The demonstrators carried pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin and UAE President Mohammed bin Zayed, describing them as perpetrators of war crimes.

Before that, dozens of activists from Ukraine and other European countries demonstrated against the import of gas from Russia, and against the UAE, against the backdrop of its support for Moscow’s invasion of Ukrainian lands.

The demonstration took place in the port of Antwerp in Belgium, and the participants raised written banners against the UAE and Mohammed bin Zayed, who provides a safe haven for Russia’s rich from European and international sanctions.

The demonstrators demanded more international sanctions against Russia and the imposition of similar sanctions on the UAE to stop its support for Moscow and its shameful stances supporting authoritarian regimes.

And he wrote on a prominent banner at the demonstration (Glory to Ukraine, and curse be to Putin and his allies), about Mohammed bin Zayed.

A second banner read: “The UAE provides refuge to the Russians from European sanctions.”

The demonstration reflects the growing manifestations of popular anger in Europe against the UAE, its ruling regime, and its policies to spread chaos and sabotage in the Middle East, support tyranny, and oppose democracy.