The Rada is considering a bill that will simplify the de-Russification of toponyms and monuments, Alexander Tkachenko said.
The adoption of a law on overcoming the consequences of Russification will normalize the process of eliminating Russian narratives starting in 2022. In particular, those embedded in toponyms and monuments. This was announced by the Minister of Culture and Information Policy Alexander Tkachenko on the air of the United News marathon on Wednesday, January 4.
“The government approved the law, which is now under consideration by the Verkhovna Rada, to overcome the consequences of Russification. said the official.
According to him, the law will be able to streamline the algorithm for the elimination of toponyms and Russian monuments that exist in Ukraine. He added that this should reduce the influence of Russian narratives.
“This is one of the sectoral trends that we will take care of -” Far from Moscow “,” Far from Russian narratives “. It should be facilitated by the adoption of a law on overcoming the consequences of Russification, “summed Tkachenko is up.
Recall that on December 28, a group of specialists in Odessa began to dismantle the monument to the “founders of Odessa”, also called the monument to the Russian Empress Catherine II.
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