Current Affairs
More vandalism in Valletta

Following the recent acts of vandalism around Valletta, when artistic installations placed around the city were damaged, this time the vandals have targeted information boxes.

One of these information boxes set up in connection with V18, located at the Valletta bus terminus, has been targeted by vandals in the past hours.

V18 Chairman Jason Micallef posted photographs of the damage on the social media, pointing out that the boxes had contained printed material in connection with V18.

Micallef expressed the opinion that this act is the responsibility of those who justified the vandalism on the artistic installations.

See also:

Ivvandalizzati l-iskulturi ta’ ‘Hekk jgħid il-Malti’ – proġett tal-V18

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