At the Père Lachaise French cemetery, tombstones were plastered with stickers with the slogan: “If I were alive, I would support Zelensky.”
The initiators of the “grave agitation” called themselves Ukrainian activists. The authors of the unusual action said that in this way they tried to help the opinion leaders of the past “support the only real hero of our time.”
Slogans were distributed on tombstones by celebrities such as Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Frederic Chopin, Honoré de Balzac, Jean-Baptiste Molière, Jimmy Morrison, Marcel Proust, Isadora Duncan and other eminent personalities who are no longer alive.
Previously Vladimir Zelensky explained how the government would act if he died during a Russian special operation in Ukraine.