The public utilities dismantled the sculpture of the Red Army soldiers and demolished the monument to one of the founders of the Bukovina Communist Party.
The monument is being dismantled in Chernivtsi / screenshot
In Chernivtsi on Thursday, April 21, two Soviet monuments were dismantled at once.
This was reported in the Chernivtsi City Council.
“On Clean Thursday, those who are not indifferent offered to take out the garbage, but we supported them. Soviet trash has no place in our beautiful city,” the city council said in a statement.
It is noted that public utilities dismantled the sculpture of the Red Army soldiers in battle. They also demolished a monument to one of the founders of the Bukovina Communist Party in the Romanian period – Semyon Galitsky.
As you know, earlier in the center of Mukachevo, in front of the town hall, a Soviet monument, an obelisk, was dismantled. The city council of the city reported that the graves would be reburied in the cemetery.
On April 17, a bust of Soviet Marshal Georgy Zhukov was dismantled in Kharkov , who was remembered in history as a marauder and a bloody butcher, was dismantled in Kharkov.