Russia’s state propaganda media filed the demolition as the demolition of monuments built with the participation of “neo-Nazi Azov”.
In the temporarily occupied region of Mangush, Donetsk, the Russian occupiers demolished a monument to Hetman Petro Konashevich-Sagaydachny. This was announced on Saturday, May 7, on his Telegram channel by the adviser of the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko.
“In Mangush today, the occupiers destroyed a monument to Hetman Sahaidachny … All this is happening under Soviet flags,” he wrote.
Russia’s state propaganda media filed the demolition of the monument in the suburbs of Mariupol as the demolition of monuments built with the participation of “neo-Nazi Azov”.
In connection with this, the local publication 0629.com.ua wrote that in addition to the monument, the occupiers demolished the stone cross in memorial to those who died in World War II.
Speaking about the demolition of monuments, Andryushchenko stressed that the occupiers wanted to destroy everything that connects Ukraine – language, history, culture.
Recall that the monument to Hetman Sahaidachny was erected in October 2017 on the initiative of the National Corps and Azov Regiment and with the support of local authorities.
Recall that in Zhytomyr they also demolished a Soviet monument – a tank. He was transferred to the Monument of Glory.
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