In Kiev, anti-vaccination activists went to a rally with posters with QR codes of “United Russia”

Deputy of Rada Goncharenko: Ukrainian anti-vaccination workers work for “Russian curators” in the hands of posters with the crossed out QR-code of the site of the United Russia party. Oleksiy Goncharenko, a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine from the European Solidarity faction, wrote on his Telegram channel.

He said that when scanning the QR code from the protesters' posters, it was possible to go to the party's website, and accused the anti-vaccineers in working for “Russian curators.”

Goncharenko called the protesters Russian agents and asked them how much money they received “for greasing the ruling party.”

Earlier on November 24, in the center of Kiev about a thousand opponents of vaccination and quarantine came to the square in front of the Verkhovna Rada for a rally. Prior to this, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) announced the suspicion of the leader of the Ukrainian anti-vaccine activists in an attempted coup.