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Ukrainian Foreign Minister proposes reburying Stepan Bandera in Ukraine


Stepan Bandera was assassinated by the Soviet KGB in Munich in 1959. 

Russia continues smearing Bandera’s name, even today.

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Sunday, October 21, 2018

A Pantheon of heroes should be made in Ukraine and the ashes of the OUN leader Stepan Bandera reburied there, stated the Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pavlo Klimkin after the meeting of the Ukrainian government.

“I believe that we need this from a respect standpoint to our heroes and with the point of view that it will cultivate feeling and understating of one’s own history. This will require the necessary decisions, but I do not see any problems in arranging a Pantheon,” Klimkin said.

According to the minister, the vandalism of Bandera’s tomb that occurred in the last few days is connected with receiving the Tomos by the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

“This was not a coincidence. This was done at a time when Ukraine was receiving autocephaly. Without a doubt this is purposeful provocation after events that occurred 100 years ago,” Klimkin believes.

A few a days ago in Munich, pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips vandalized the grave of the leader of Ukrainian nationalists Stepan Bandera.

Source: http://uawire.org/klimkin-proposes-reburying-stepan-bandera-in-ukraine

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