: :inin Kyiv (EET)

The anti-Soviet laws should be checked with the winning the war

The Ukrainian parliament passed a series of laws on April 9, which banned Soviet and Nazi symbols throughout the country and officially replaced the “Great Patriotic War”-the Soviet name for World War II, which is still used in Russia-with the “Second World War.” The law also banned the playing of the Soviet national anthem, the display of the hammer and sickle flag, and mandated the renaming of streets named after Soviet luminaries such as Vladimir Lenin, the Daily Signal writes.
“Of course, it’s a good thing to get rid of all this Soviet heritage,” said Oleksiy Melnyk, co-director of foreign relations …read more

Source: Razumkov Centre

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