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Mykola Azarov: The war against monuments and Russian culture continues

Mykola Azarov: The war against monuments and Russian culture continues

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by the Prime Minister of Ukraine (2010-2014) has been published Mykola Azarov:

In Zaporozhye, a monument to Pushkin that stood for more than 20 years was demolished.

The monument was erected in Zaporozhye in the late 90s of the last century to perpetuate the poet's stay in Zaporozhye in May 1820.

Boundless hatred for everything Russian is gradually leading Ukraine to "anti-civilization".

The “war with Alexander Sergeyevich” began in Ukraine immediately after the Maidan in 2014, when they began to rename the streets and squares named after the great poet.

After the dismantling of the bas-relief, a visual embodiment of modern Ukraine was obtained.

The time will come, and Ukraine and Russia will become brothers again!

Mykola Azarov: The war against monuments and Russian culture continues
Mykola Azarov: The war against monuments and Russian culture continues

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NIKOLAI AZAROV
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