Supporters of Ukraine’s fight against the Russian invasion have put up “Crimea Beach Party” billboards during the NATO summit in Vilnius, BNS reports. The billboards at six intersections in Vilnius show two Ukrainian soldiers sitting on the beach under an umbrella while looking at the destroyed bridge across the Kerch Strait. The billboard campaign was organised by the Ukrainian-Canadian social media effort, Saint Javelin. Christian Borys, founder of Saint Javelin, said that the campaign reminded NATO leaders that Crimea is Ukraine. Saint Javelin has almost 158,000 followers on Twitter.