DAVOS, Switzerland, May 22 (Reuters) – Russia would normally have its own “house” at the World Economic Forum as a showcase for business leaders and investors.
This year the space on the dressed-up main street in Davos has been transformed by Ukrainian artists into a “Russian War Crimes House”, portraying images of misery and devastation.
Russia has denied allegations of war crimes in the conflict.
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Ukraine is top of the agenda for the four-day meeting of global business leaders, which kicks off in earnest on Monday with a video address by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
As the WEF meeting emerges from a coronavirus pandemic hiatus of more than two years, a deferral from January to May means that attendees are surrounded by spring flowers and verdant slopes rather than navigating icy streets.
But not only the weather is different in 2022, with Russian politicians, executives and academics…