Russia's embassies are proving to have a somewhat unique social media strategy, and it looks like the Russian ambassador to the UK may have killed three birds with one 140-character stone on Thursday.
For the non-Twitter literate, the full stop before Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's handle means it was sent as a message that appears on the feeds of all Alexander Yakovenko's followers, rather than just those who follow both Yakovenko and Corbyn.
Which means Yakovenko just publicly:
showed his support to the Labour Party leader after he gave his MPs a free vote on air strikes on Isis in Syria, despite his stated opposition...
which in turn was a dig at the Tory government, which Russia has very little love for
and got in another slur at Turkey following the downing of a Russian jet on the Turkey-Syria border with allegations the Turkish president is involved in buying oil from the terror group
Meanwhile, back in Moscow, Putin's official Twitter account isn't messing around today.