The Russian Embassy in the UK in his Twitter published a photo of mount Everest, signing it “the Mount Everest (Russia)”. After the surprised comment of users, the tweet was deleted.
The strange message in the account of the Russian diplomats paid attention TJournal: according to him, the tweet was deleted 40 minutes after publication.
However, users have time to ask how Russia intends to join the Everest — ready if she, for example, to build a bridge from Rostov.
In addition, readers of the account of the Embassy of the Russian Federation noted that the issue of ownership of the Everest “have something to say China” on the border with Nepal is mount.
— Jerky (@HyperJerk) 11 Sep 2017
Recall that Twitter account of the Russian Embassy is not the first time you’ll be strange records: in October 2016, it published a caricature on which the EU was compared to a pig pen.