The Russian Defense Ministry announced the destruction of Soviet war memorials by the Ukrainian authorities.
The Russian Ministry of Defense, in the framework of the multimedia section “In the clutches of criminal unconsciousness”, reported on new evidence of the barbaric attitude of the Ukrainian nationalists, supported by the authorities, before the monuments to the liberators during the Great Patriotic War. TASS writes about it.
The department pointed out that recently the Bandera supporters and the Nazi occupiers, supported by the authorities, have been barbarously destroying the historical memory of the Soviet peoples.
The Ministry of Defense came to such conclusions on the basis of a new historical section “On the power of criminal unconsciousness”, released on the basis of historical materials from the funds of the Central Archive of the Military Department and materials from the Office of the Russian. Ministry of Defense to perpetuate the memory of those who died defending the Homeland.
Earlier it was reported that since the start of the special operation in Ukraine, the vandals have carried out 16 actions on the territory of the Soviet monuments in Berlin. According to law enforcement agencies, in the German capital, increased patrolling of monuments is taking place after the actions of vandals in Treptow Park.
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