In case the actual war in Ukraine wasn’t enough, there’s also a Twitter battle raging between the Canadian and Russian missions to NATO.
It all started with the Canadian Twitter account, which on Wednesday tweeted a snarky map intended to “help” the Russian soldiers who ended up in Ukraine but reportedly claimed they didn’t know where they were going.
— Canada at NATO (@CanadaNATO) August 27, 2014
Not to be outdone, Russia quickly returned rhetorical fire, tweeting out its own map showing Crimea as part of Russia.
— Russians at NATO (@natomission_ru) August 28, 2014
How do you say “trolling” in Russian?