Here is the image that accompanied a tweet of the UK delegation to the OSCE.
You see that big poster on the fence in the background, don't you? There's a logo in the left upper corner of it. This one:
You know what? This is the logo of Khoroshevsky district (Хорошёвский район) of the Northern Administrative Okrug of Moscow.
It is from here that all military vehicles go to the Red Square for Victory parades in Moscow on May 9 (and three times before the date for rehearsals). As for this particular image, it was taken by Vitaliy Ragulin on April 27, 2010, during one of the parade rehearsals. When the very idea of a civil war in Ukraine did not come to anyone even in nightmares.
By the way, the image is distributed under Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license — which requires from users a proper attribution. We can clearly read the logo of the UK delegation to the OSCE; but I do doubt those tiny little, almost unnoticeable white letters in the lower left corner of the image can be considered as a proper attribution.
Thus, a question arises: is "bullshitters" a proper definition of the UK delegation to the OSCE?