The gathered crowd chanted “Glory to Ukraine!” and “Heroes don’t die!”, and sang the Ukrainian national anthem.
Around 20 Russians clad in vyshyvankas came to the Ukrainian Embassy in Moscow to commemorate the deceased Ukrainian servicemen.
According to UNIAN News’ own correspondent in Russia, the participants laid flowers near the Ukrainian embassy.
One of the participants carried a poster in the colors of the Ukrainian national flag, with the caption “Forgive us” written in the Ukrainian language. Continue reading
We are in the police bus, got taken for no reason under the pretext that we are ‘provoking’ someone – apparently for a Ukrainian scarf, badges and a wreath on Iryna Kalmykova. I have laid flowers before this and they did not detain us for that; people are allowed to come to the Embassy only individually. They destroyed the poster of a man in front of us who was asking forgiveness from Ukraine for Putin; his forehead was bloody. Apparently the provocateur tore the elderly man’s forehead with a piece of broken poster! There are 6 of us in the police bus: Iryna Kalmykova, Lesya Malakyan, Olha Horlova, Anastasia Fazulina, Vera Sveshnikova-Vaskovich and I. We have called the embassy of Ukraine and complained about unprecedented attack on us for no reason. We haven’t been able to reach the police info desk yet, help!!! Continue reading