Moscow, A graffiti, entitled Allied Wings representing the Syrian and Russian flags appeared in Kirovski region in the Russian city of St. Petersburg.
The artwork is dedicated to the friendship that brings together the Syrian and Russian peoples, said Dennis Chiterbock, the city's deputy parliamentarian in a commentary on his own page on Telegram.
He indicated that the drawings of the graffiti at the streets of St. Petersburg have become a part and a parcel of the city's environment.
The Allied Wings graffiti was opened in the presence of Honorary Consul of Syria in St. Petersburg Malaz Ghazi, and President of the city's Parliament, Vyacheslav Makarov.
In recent years, in the city of St. Petersburg, high-tech paintings have been shown in a realistic way. The most recent of them is the image of one of the Russian Zenit Club's players.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency