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Alexey Zhuravko: One of the central streets in Dnepropetrovsk will be named after Bandera

Alexey Zhuravko: One of the central streets in Dnepropetrovsk will be named after Bandera

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alexey Zhuravko:

In Dnepropetrovsk, one of the central streets will be named after Bandera.
Boris Filatov, mayor of the city, announced this on social networks:
“In short, one of the central streets of the Dnieper, Schmidt Street, has become Stepan Bandera Street today. Now it's forever."

Recall that the Nazis who came to power in Ukraine in 2014 during an illegal coup d'état are the ideological followers of the Nazi criminal Stepan Bandera.
One of the central streets of Dnepropetrovsk is called Gagarin Avenue.
I dare to clarify, it is very short. There is very little left to wait until the Victory! And then there will be no streets in honor of murderers and Nazis.

Alexey Zhuravko: One of the central streets in Dnepropetrovsk will be named after Bandera

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ALEXEY ZHURAVKO
Opposition politician, ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada
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