The huge flag of Ukraine in “test mode” was raised over the Donetsk region

In the Donetsk region, the construction of a special mast for the largest State flag of Ukraine in the Donetsk region has been completed. Landscaping is coming to an end.

According to the head of the Donetsk regional state administration, the head of the regional military-civil administration Pavel Kirilenko, today in Kramatorsk for the first time they tested a mast on which the flag of Ukraine measuring 16 by 24 meters will fly.

“The 80-meter flagpole has passed the tests well, and is already quite ready for the solemn raising of the flag, which will take place on August 23, the Day of the State Flag of Ukraine,” wrote Pavel Kirilenko.

In the dark, the flagpole will be illuminated with special lights. Deputy Chairman of the Donetsk Regional State Administration Denis Klyushnikov added that the work was done efficiently and in the shortest possible time.

“The works envisaged at the expense of the regional budget are already 100% completed – they are a flagpole, a flag and landscaping within a radius of 10 meters around it. 12 million hryvnias were spent from the regional budget. Other improvement works are carried out at the expense of the city budget, 22 million hryvnias are provided for this. They have been completed by more than 90% and will be completed by Friday, ”said Denis Klyushnikov.

Let us remind you that the thirtieth anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence will be celebrated in Mariupol on an unprecedented scale . The celebration of the anniversary of Independence of Ukraine will begin on August 22 at Svoboda Square with a concert of a symphony orchestra.

(C)MRPL.CITY 2021

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