Participants of march in honor of Defenders of Ukraine Day come to President’s Office, voicing their demands to authorities

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A column of participants in the march in honor of Defenders of Ukraine Day in Kyiv came to Bankova Street to the building of the President’s Office demanding to adopt a law on collaborators.

According to a correspondent of Interfax-Ukraine several thousand participants of the march are at the building of the President’s Office.

Currently, in front of the President’s Office, public figures, activists and veterans of the Russian-Ukrainian war are voicing the authorities’ demands, including: to adopt the law on the protection of Ukrainian statehood from “collaborationism,” according to which the concept of “collaborator” will be introduced into the Ukrainian legal field, and a special commission will be created to consider the crimes of collaborators; to ensure an effective response of the SBU and the National Police to the pro-Russian activities of Ukrainian citizens who, since 2014, have been seen in collaboration; to initiate the revocation of the broadcasting license for the 112, NewsOne, ZIK, Nash, Inter, Kyiv Live pro-Russian channels; to remove restrictions on Ukrainian servicemen on firing in response to shelling of Russian troops and occupation forces in Donbas.

© 2020 Interfax Ukraine

2 comments

  • Very nice! Zelensky would be wise to listen to the Donbas/Crimea veterans. But since he speaks badly about Maidan it is doubtful. You know what they say, those that don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Putin is Hitler 2.0 and the Ukrainian veterans understand that.

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  • “…to adopt the law on the protection of Ukrainian statehood from ‘collaborationism,’”
    This would mean that Zelensky would either have to change his ways or be impeached.
    Impeachment would be better.

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